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Edited by Bi:enabd C. Stbikeb akd J. Hall PLSASJom, M. D. 
FvLblielied. "by antliority of tli© State 



VOLUME XLV (State Council Series, Volume 6) 



JOTJKNAL AND CORBESPOI^DENCE OF THE StATK COUNCIL, 1780-1781. 

This volume of the Archives is now ready for distribution. The attention 
of members of the Society who do not now receive the Archives is called to 
the liberal provision made by the Legislature, which permits the Society to 
furnish to its own members copies of the volumes, as they are published from 
year to year, at the mere cost of paper, presswork, and binding. This cost is 
at present fixed at one dollar, at which price members of the Society may 
obtain one copy of each volume publifihed. For additional cepies, a price of 
three dollars is charged. 

The forty-iifth volume of the Archives of Maryand is the sixth volume in 
the sub'-series of state documents relating to the period of the Revolutionary 
War. The Council Proceedings were copied from Liber C. B. No. 24, and the 
correspondence of the Council from Liber No. 78 j both of these are contem- 
porary copies of which the original rough minutes and drafts are in the 
keeping of the Maryland Historical Society. The letters and reports to the 
Council are from two sources in the possession of the Society; namely, the 
three series of bound volumes of mfinuscripts known familiarly m the Blade, 
Brown and Bed Books from the color of their bindings; and a maee of 
bundles of nmnuscripts arranged in chronological order by Charles Pickus 
some five years ago. These sources are more fully described in the intro- 
duction to Volume 43. Material drawn from the bound volumes is identified 
in the margin of the present volume by name of series and number of docu- 
ment, while papers taken from the second source are located by a date 
reference only. The marginal references showing the date and source of 
each document are an innovation in the editing of the series, begun with 
this volume. As in other recent volumes of the Archives, much space has 
been saved and, we believe, no interest lost by the excision of formal headings 
and conclusions of letters. The preparation of the copy was begun and 
carried out by the late editor of the Archives of Maryland, Bernard Christian 
Steiner, from copies made by Miss Lucy Harwood Harrison and the publica- 
tion of the volume has been eflFected by Dr. J. Hall Pleasants, with the 
assistance of Charles Fickus and Miss Carolina Virginia Davison. 

The introduction is by Lawrence C. Wroth, Esq., and contains a bibliography 
of "^e wriiings of Dr. Steiner. 



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THE MARYLAND 
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INCORPORATED 1843. 

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CONTENTS. 

FAOB 

Index to Chancebt Depositions, 1668-1789. By William Francis 

Cregar and Dr. Christopher Johnston, .... 293 

People of Early Chables County. Contributed hp Louis Dow 

Soiseo, 344 

Genealogical Notes on the Emoky Family of Mabyland, . . 363 

Mabyland Kent Rolls, 373 

Extracts from Account and Letter Books of Dr. Charles Car- 
roll, of Annapolis, . . . . . . . .378 

Proceedings op the Society, . . . . . . .383 



Committee on PubUmtions 

SAMUEL K. DENNIS, Chamnmn 
JOHN M. VINCENT, J. HALL PLEASANTS. 

LOraS H. MELMAN, 



MARYLAND 
HISTORICAL MAGAZINE 



YOL. XXIII. DECEMBER, 1928, No. 4. 



INDEX TO CHANCEEY DEPOSITIONS, 1668-1789- 

Br William rBA3srois Obbgar A3srD Db. Oheistopheb 

JOHNSTOIS^. 

[Continued from Vol. XXIII, No. 3, September, 1928.] 

Paca, Aquila, of Bait® co., aet 32 in 1709. Test. Proc, xxi, 94. 
Paca, John, of Baltimore co.j gent., aet. 47 m 1759, D. D. no. 

J, fol. 134; aet. 62 in 1764, Balto. co., B. no. O, 114, 
Packer, Edward, aet. 33 in 1647/8. Md. Arch., iv, 358. 
Packer, Samuel, aet. 24 in 1658. S., 133. 
Page, George, of A. A. co., inn holder, aet. 37 in 1751. I. E. 

no. 5, fol. 1009. 
Page, Margaret, wife of George, aet. 41 in 1751. I. K. no. 5, 

fol. 1008. 

Page, Ralph, aet. 56 in 1767. Kent co., xxi, 401. 

Page, Ralph, aet. 44 in 1724. Kent co., N. W., 374. 

Paget, Benjamin, aet. 31 in 1726. Chas. co., xxxv, 401. 

Pain, Francis, aet. 53 in 1754. Chas. co., xlviii, 309. 

Pain, John, aet. 75 in 1744. lb., xl, 14. 

Painter, Nicholas, aet. 23 in 1678. Test. Proc, x, 219. 

Pake, Walter, aet. 55 in 1663/4, B. B., 262; (Pakes) aet. 43 

in 1653, Md. Arch., x, 276 ; aet. 53 in 1661, Lib. S., 1022, 

1077; aet. 54 in 1662, ib., 1123. 
Pallyffus, Joseph, aet. 68 in 1745. Chas. co., xl, 394. (See 

Pulluffus, Joseph). 
Parandier, James, aet. 42 in 1727. Chas. co., xxxv, 492. 

293 



294 



MAETLANB HISTOSICAIi MAGAZINE. 



Pardoe, John, (Calvert co.,) aet. 28 in 1770. W. K. no. 1, 
fol. 238. 

Parish, Edward, of A. A. co., (Quaker), aet. 48 in 1Y18. 

Test. Proc, xxiii, 292. 
Parish, John, of Balt^. co., planter, aet. 44 in 1741. Test. 

Proc, xxxi, 182. 
Parker, Elizabeth, aet. 42 in 1727. Balto. co., H. W. S. no. 

3, 14. 

Parker, Elizabeth, of Pr. George's co., aet. 27 in 1745. I, E. 
no. 4, fol. 594. 

Parker, Gabriel, of Calvert co., gent., dep. in 1737. I. E. no. 

4, fol. 33. 

Parker, George, of Pr. George^s co., gent, dep. in 1746, I. E. 

no. 5, fol. 339. 
Parker, Jonas, aet. 59 in 1720. Chas. co., xxxii, 99. 
Parker, Margaret, aet. 35 in 1692/3. Balt^ co. Court Eec. 
Parker, Samuel, aet. 24 in 1658. Chas. co., i, 31. (Had 

brother, Batcheler.") 
Parnell, William, (Worcester co.,) aet. 29 in 1788. S. H. H. 

no. 0, fol. 516. 

Parpoint, Mahitable, (Pr. George's co.,) aet. 52 in 1719, P. 
L., fol. 551. 

Parr, John, of Talbot co., aet. 39 in 1730. I. E. no. 3, fol. 204. 

Parren, Samuel, (Calvert co.,) aet. 53 in 1770, W. K. no. 1, 

fol. 244; aet. 66 in 1783, Original Papers. 
Parrott, Aaron, (Quaker) of Talbot co., planter, aet. 24 in 

1761. Wills, xxxi, 290. 
Parrott, Benjamin, (Quaker) of Talbot co., planter, aet. 30 

in 1761. Wills, xxxi, 291. 
Parrott, Susanna, of Talbot co., aet. 38 in 1745. Wife of 

Isaiah Parrott, Quaker. Wills, xxiv, 250. 
Parry, Elizabeth, aet. 26 in 1651. Md. Arch., x, 106. 
Partridge, Danbigny-Buckler, of Baltimore co., aet. 45 in 

1767. D. D. no. 2, fol. 181. 
Parvis, Eobert, (Talbot co.,) dep. in 1710. P. C, fol. 667. 
Pasco, Joce, of Kent co., farmer, aet. 30 in 1762. D. D. no. 

J, fol. 243. 



INDEX TO CHAKCBKT DEPOSITIONS, 1668-1789. 295 



Pasmore, Thomas, aet. 78 in 1651. Md. Arch., x, 91. 

Patterson, Jeremiah, of Calv*. co., (had a brother John Patter- 
son), aet. 30 in 1725. Test. Proc, xxvii, 277. 

Pattison, James, (Dorchester co.,) aet. 65 in 1723, P. L., fol. 
974; aet. 80 odd in 1742/3, Doroh^. co., O. 14, 44; aet. 
92 or 93 in 1746, ib., 0. 14, 75. 

Pattison, John, aet 43 in 1731. Dorch^. co., O. 8, 423. 

Pattison, Mary, of Dorchester co., aet. 77 in 1748. I. K. no. 
5, fol. 456. 

Pattison, Thomas, Sen'^., aet. 53 in 1731. Dorch'^. co., O. 8, 
422. 

Pattison, Thomas, Dorchi*. co., aet. 32 in 1704. T. L., 781. 
Paxton, Samuel, (Harford co.,) dep. in 1789. S. H. H. no. C, 
fol. 484. 

Payn, Mary, dep. in 1706. P. C, fol, 512. 
Paynes, John, aet. 76 in 1745. Chas. co., xl, 337. 
Peale, Charles, of Kent co., aet. 43 in 1748. Kent co., J. S. no. 
26, 144. 

Pearce, Benjamin, of Cecil co., gent., aet. 34 in 1719, and 50 

in 1731. P. L., fol. 510, and I. E. no. 2, fol. 602. 
Pearce, Daniel, of Kent co., aet. 44 in 1722. P. L., fol. 732. 

(See Wilson, Mary.) 
Pearce, Mr. Gideon, aet. 58 in 1736. Kent co., J. S. no. 18, 

268. (See Johnson, Mrs. Beatrix.) 
Pearce, Col. William, (Kent co.,) aet. 70 in 1714-16, P. L., 

fol. 322-486; aet. 56 in 1600, Test. Proc, xviii^, 25. 
Pearce, William, aet. 34 in 1750 (mentions his mother Sarah 

Hicks, and her son, John Gamble). Kent Co., xvii, 150. 
Pearson, Simon, of Balt<^. co., aet. 40 in 1704. Bait®., H. W. 

no. 2, 367. 

Pebble, John, (Frederick co.,) dep. in 1783. S. H. H. no. C, 
fol. 153. 

Peeke, Thomas, of Dorchester co., aet. 41 in 1720. P. L., fol. 
601. 

Peerce, Henry, dep. in 1668. C. D., fol. 29. 



296 



MABYIiAJ^B HISTOBICAL MAGAZOTE. 



Peirce, Daniel, of Kent co., gent., aet. 47 in 1Y23. P. L., fol. 
958. 

Peirpont, Charles, (son of Charles, deceased), aet. 33 in 1753 
(affirmed). Balto. co., H. W. S., no. 4, 245. 

Peirpont, Mrs. Mehitable, of A. A. co,, dep. in 1710. P. C, 
fol. 762. 

Peirson, Eobert, of Talbot co., aet. 77 in 1711. P. C, fol. 759. 
Pelers, Abraham, (St. Mary^s co.,) aet. 49 in 1706. P. C, 
fol. 546. 

Pemberton, Benjamin, of Talbot co., gent., aet. 25 in 1723. 
I. K. no. 1, fol. 6. 

Penn, Mr. John, aet. 62 in 1744. Chas. co., xl, 223. 

Penn, John, aet. 48 in 1731, Chas. co., xxxvii, 82; aet. 50 in 
1736, ib., xxxviii, 266; aet. 42 in 1726, Chas. co., xxxv, 
244; Senr.," aet. 59 in 1742, ib., xxxix, 426; aet. 60 in 
1742, ib., xxxix, 507; aet. 62 in 1744, ib., xl, 12. 

Penn, William, aet. 30 in 1744. Chas. co., xl, 223. 

Penn, William, aet. 59 in 1731, Chas. co., xxxvii, 84; aet. 46 
in 1719, ib., xxxii, 53; aet. 64 in 1736, ib., xxxviii, 222. 

Pennington, Charles, aet. 46 in 1763. A. A. co., I. B. no. 1, 
582. 

Pennington, Francis, of S*. Mary^s co., aet. 36 in 1678. Test. 
Proc, X, 245. 

Pepper, Mary, of Kent co., aet. 22 in 1699. Test. Proc, xviii, 
29. 

Perkesse, Eobert, aet. 40 in 1658. S., 97. 
Perkins, John, of Somerset co., aet. 70 in 1713. P. L., fol. 36. 
Perrie, Hugh, aet. 44 in 1749. Chas. co., xlii, 527. 
Perrie, Mary, aet. 35 in 1738. Chas. co., xxxviii, 519. 
Perrie, Samuel, (Chas. co.,) aet. 26 in 1739. Counc. Bk. 18, 
fol. 85. 

Perry, Benjamin, aet. 49 in 1759. P. G. co., E. E., 80. 
Perry, Daniel, (Queen Ann's co.,) aet. 50 in 1714. P. L., 
fol. 105. 

Perry, Ignatius, of Pr. George's co., aet. 34 in 1736. I. E. no. 
3, fol. 31. 



iia)Bx TO CHAircBET DEPOSITIONS, 1668-1789. 2fT 



Perry, James, aet. 50 in 1731. P. G. co., Q. 396. 

Perry, James, of Prince George's co., planter, aet. 36 in 173 6^^ 

I. K. no. 3, foL 32. 
Perry, Mary, aet. 68 in 1729. Dorch^. co., O. 8, 384. 
Perrygoy, Joseph, (Baltimore co.,) aet. 49 in 1714. P. L., 

foL 103. 

Perrygoy, Nathan, of Baltimore co., fanner, aet. 47 in 1786. 

S. H. H., no. C, fol. 315. 
Perrygoy, Sarah, (Baltimore co.,) aet. 42 in 1714. P. L., fol. 

104. 

Peter, Kobert, of Montg. co.. Esquire, aet. 62 in 1789. S. H. 

H. no. C, foL 368. 

Petstoe, Philip, (Baltimore co.,) aet. 30 in 1714. P. L., fol. 
108. 

Pettybone, Ann, of A. A. co., aet. 40 in 1751. I. R. no. 5, 
fol. 845. 

Pettybone, Philip, of A. A. co., aet. 32 in 1752. I. R no. 5, 
fol. 1023. 

Phelps, Walter, of A. A. co., aet. 67 in 1706 and 79 in 1718. 

P. C, fol. 648, and P. L., fol. 356. 
Phelps, Walter, of A. A. co., planter, aet. 57 in 1737. I. R. 

no. 4, fol. 27. 

Pheypo, Mark, aet. 58 in 1658, S., 118; aet. 35 in 1652, Md. 
Arch., X, 239. 

Philbert, John, of Chas. co., aet. 42 in 1729. Chas. co., xxxvi, 
276. 

Philbert, John, aet. 48 in 1746. Chas. co., xl, 346. 

Philips, Hannah, aet. 42 in 1726 (ment^. her former husb^., 

Benoni Panning). Chas. co., xxxv, 245. 
Phillips, William, aet. 19 in 1653. Md. Arch., x, 288. 
Philpot, Bryan, of JSTewbury co. Berks, gent., aet. 32 in 1727. 

I. R. no. 1, fol. 65. 

Philpott, Charles, aet. 55 in 1753 (son of Edward & brother 

of John Philpott). Chas. co., xlviii, 152. 
Philpott Edward, (Servant), aet. 49 in 1660. Md. Arch., x, 

57. 



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MABYLAKD HISTOBICAIi MAGAZINE. 



Philpott, John, aet. 35 in 1T27, Chas. co., xxxvi, 35; aet. 34 in 

1Y27, ib., XXXV, 487. 
Phipard, Ann, (St. Mary's co.,) aet. 68 in 1738. I. R. no. 4, 

fol. 121. 

Pickering, Charles, of Talbot co., aet. 57 in 1783. 1784-6, 
fol. 235. 

Pierpont, Charles (son of Charles Pierpont, dec^.), aet. 33 in 

1754. Balto. co., H. W. S. no. 4, 245. 
Pile, Prancis, of Pr. George's Co., aet. 52 in 1712. P. L., 

fol. 49. 

Piles, Francis, aet. 51 in 1743, P. G. co., B. B. no. 1, 7 ; aet. 

54 in 1747, P. G. co., E. E., 366; aet. about 50 in 1742, 

P. G. CO., Y, 704. 
Piles, Joseph, aet. 30 in 1719. Chas. co., xxxii, 76. 
Piles, Leonard, aet. 34 in 1736, P. G. co., T, 86 ; aet. 67 in 

1769, P. G. CO., A. A., 136; aet. 40 in 1742, P. G. co., 

Y, 704. 

Pindle, Philip, aet. 52 in 1736/7. P. G. co., T. 445. 
Pinkney, Jonathan, of Annapolis, aet. 48 in 1780. 1774-83, 
fol. 481-6. 

Pinner, Richard, of Colony of Va., mariner, aet. 36 in 1651. 

Md. Arch., X, 103. 
Pinner, Richard, of St. Mary's co., aet. 26 in 1679. 0. D., 

fol. 254. 

Piper, Christopher, of Somerset co., aet. 24 in 1751. B. T. no. 
1, fol. 84. 

Piper, John, of Somerset co., gent., aet. 22 in 1751. B. T. no. 

1, fol. 98. 

Piper, John, aet. 30 in 1668. Chas. co., i, 25. 

Pitts, John, of Talbot co., aet. 60 in 1708/9. Wills, xii, 17. 

Plant, James, aet. 40 in 1742. Chas. co., xxxix, 426. 

Plater, George, of St. Mary's co., Esquire, aet. 40 in 1746. I. 

R. no. 5, fol. 60. 
Plater, George, aet. "upwards of 30" in 1694. H. D. no. 

2, 98. 



immx TO CMANcwiT BEPOsiTioKS, 1668-1789. 299 



Pimnmer, James, of Pr. George's co., aet. 50 in 1746. P. G. 

CO., Lib. E. E., fol. 304-305. 
Plummer, Margaret, aet. 40 in 1726. Chas. cc, xxxv, 420. 
Polk, David, of Somerset co., gent., aet. 46 in 1751. B. T. 

no. 1, fol. 77. 

Pond, Edward, (Talbot co.,) aet. 56 in 1696. P. 0., fol. 372. 
Poor, Mary, (Calvert co.,) aet. 55 in 1770. W. K. no. 1, fol. 
271. 

Pope, Francis, aet. 38 in 1647. Md. Arch., iv, 372. 
Pope, Henry, aet. 32 in 1653. Md. Arch., x, 284. 
Pope, John, of Worcester co., planter, aet. 72 in 1756. B. T. 
no. 1, fol. 112. 

Porter, Andrew, of Cecil co., farmer, aet. 57 in 1763. D. D. 
no. 1, fol. 382. 

Porter, Erancis, of Talbot co., aet. 46 in 1714. P. J>., fol. 39. 
Porter, Lawrence, of Talbot co., aet. 33 in 1714. P. L., fol. 40. 
Posey, Belain, aet. 30 in 1770. Chas. co., Council Book 20, 
fol. 108. 

Posey, John, aet. 37 in 1721, Chas. co., xxxii, 122; 34 in 1719, 

ib., 66 ; aet. 43 in 1726, ib., xxxv, 299. 
Posten, John, Sen^., aet. 65 in 1743. Chas. co., xxxix, 702. 
Poston, John, aet. 54 in 1733, Chas. co., xxxvii, 408; aet. 69 

in 1737, ib., xxxviii, 372. 
Potter, Henry, aet 29 in 1648, Md. Arch., iv, 412; aet. 32 in 

1652, ib., X, 236. 
Powell, Howell, gent., aet. 62 in 1737. Talbot co. Eec. 
Powell, William, see Eorman, Mrs. Deborah. 
Power, Eichard, (St. Mary's co.,) aet. 36 in 1730. L E. no. 

1, fol. 311. 

Poynter, Nicholas, dep. in 1678. P. C, fol. 128. 

Prather, Thomas, aet. 45 in 1748, P. G. co., E. E., 466; "Col. 

Thomas" aet. about 60 in 1762, Fred^^. co., H. 195. 
Prather, William, (Pr. George's co.,) aet 45 in 1716. P. L., 

fol. 277. 

Pratt, Sarah, of A. A. co., aet. 80-43 in 1751. I. E. no. 5, fol. 
915. 



300 



MARYLAFB HMTOsKICAL MACJAZIITE. 



Presbury, George-Gouldsmith, of Baltimore co., aet. 45 in 1783, 
I784r6, fol. 423 ; aet. 29 in 1766, Balto. cc, B. no. P, 370. 

Preston, Daniel, of Baltimore co., aet 40 in 1759. D. D. no. J, 
fol. 130. 

Preston, Jane, wife of John, aet. 60 in 1713. P. L., fol. 22. 
Preston, John, of Talbot co., aet. 68 in 1713. P. L., fol. 22. 
Preston, Thomas, of Balt^. co., aet. 58 in 1704. Balt^. H. W. 
no. 2, 367. 

Prices Edward, (St. Mar/s co.,) aet. 54 in 1718, P. L., fol. 

466; aet. 55 in 1719, Chas. co., xxxii, 75. 
Price, John, aet. 36 in 1719. Chas. co., xxxii, 77. 
Price, Capt. John, aet. 40 in 1647. Md. Arch., iv, 358. 
Price, John, of Garrison, Balto. co., aet. near 75 in 1760. 

Balto. CO., B. no. L, 197. 
Price, William, aet. 25 in 1663/4. B. B., 263. 
Price, William, aet. 30 in 1656. O. K., 213. 
Prichard, Eichard, aet. 39 in 1728. Dorch^. co., O. 8, 431. 
Prier, Thomas, of Kent co., planter, aet. 45 in 1719. P. L., 

fol. 510. 

Prince, John, aet. 35 in 1651. Md. Arch., x, 119, 137. 
Prior, Thomas, of Somerset co., planter, aet. 45 in 1772. 1774- 
83, fol. 370. 

Prisk, Ann, of Talbot co., widow, aet. 30 in 1700. Wills, 
xi, 33. 

Pryor, Edmimd, of Qu. A. co., aet. 67 in 1729. Qu. A. co., 

R T. no. 1, 94. 
Pryor, John, Senior, (Kent co.,), dep. in 1773. 1774-83, foL 

44. 

Pryor, William, of Qu. A. co., aet. 53 in 1764 (mentions his 
mother, Katherine Pryor and his brother John Emory.) 
Qu. A. CO., E. T. no. 2, 120. 

PuUen, Eleanor, of Dorchester co., aet. 60 in 1730. I. R. no. 
1, fol. 314. 

PuUuffus, Joseph, aet. 65 in 1742. Chas. co., txxixy 423. (See 
Pallyffus.) 



I]Sri>EX TO OHANOEKT BBPC«TIOHr% 16i8-1789, 301 



Queen, John, of Pr. George's co., planter, aet. 46 in 1730, L 
R, no. 2, fol. 461 ; aet. 46 in 1731, P. G. co., Q. 372. 

Queen, Eichard, aet. 40 in 1767. P. G. CO., B. B. no. 2, 120. 

Quinney, Sutton, (nephew of Edw<^. Beck), aet. 45 in 1743. 
Kent CO., xv, 192. 

Eablin, David, A. A. co., aet. 39 in 1720. A, A. co., 1. T- no. 
5, 49. 

Kamsay, John, of Charles co., aet. ab*. 30 in 1716. Wills, 
xiv, 336. 

Kamsey, John, of Philadelphia, aet. 40 in 1716. P. L., fol. 
330. 

Eandall, Catherine, of Baltimore co., act. 29 in 1736. I. E. 
no. 3, fol. 130. 

Eandall, Christopher, Senior, of Baltimore co., dep. in 1731. 

I. E. no. 1, foL 351. 
Eandall, Christopher, aet. 53 in 1733. Balto. co., H. W. S. 

no. 3, 174. 

Eandall, Christopher, aet. 38 in 1746. Balto. co., H. W. S. 
no. 4, 155. 

Eaper, George, aet. 32 in 1652. Wills, i, 41. 
Eatclif, Joshua^ aet. 30 in 1731. Chas. co., xxxvii, 44. 
Eatcliffe, Eichard, aet. 37 in 1698. P. C, fol. 415. 
Eawleigh, William, of Dorchester co., aet. 47 in 1738. I. E. 
no. 3, fol. 445. 

Eawlings, Aaron, aet. 36 in 1743. A. A. co., I. B. no. 1, 167. 
Eawlings, Aaron (Quaker), aet. 72 in 1738. A. A. co., I. B. 
no. 1, 115. 

EawlingSj Daniel (affirmed), aet. 52 in 1746, Balto. co., H. W. 

S. no. 4, 154; aet. 48 in 1743, A. A. co., I. B. no. 1, 167- 
Eawlings, Mr. John, of Kent co., aet. 25 in 1768. 1774-83, 

fol. 22. 

Eaymondj Jonathan, Junior, of Somerset co., aet. 50 in 1724. 

I. E. no. 1, fol. 23. 
Eaymond, Jonathan, of Somerset co., aet. 51 in 1733. I. E. 

BO. 2, fol. 566. 



302 



ICABTIANB HISTOBICiLL MAQAZLNM. 



Eaymond, Judith, of Somerset co., dep. in 1724. I. E. no. 1, 
fol. 30. 

Eaynalds, William, aet. 42 in 1650. Md. Arch., x, 16. 
Eead, John, aet. 60 in 1734 of P. G. oo., planter P. G. 
CO., T. 155. 

Eead, Mr. Walter, of Somerset co., aet. 65 in 1714. P. L., 
fol. 41. 

Eeader, Benjamin, (St. Mary's co.,) aet. 52 in 1719. P. L., 
fol. 475. 

Eeady, John, of Baltimore co., farmer, aet. 31 in 1785. S. 

H. H. no. C, fol. 319. 
Eeady, Eachel, of Baltimore co., aet. 45 in 1785. S. H. H. no. 

C, foL 317. 

Eeagon, John, aet. 42 in 1726. Chas. co., xxxv, 403. 
Eeardon, John, of Harford co., dep. in 1788. S. H. H. no. 0, 
fol. 431. 

Eeardon, Sarah, of Kent co., aet. 46 in 1762. D. D. no. J, 
fol. 239. 

Eedgrave, John, aet. 36 in 1742. Kent co., J. S. no. 24, 118. 
Eeed, Gilbert, of Q. A. co., planter, aet. 43 in 1760. Wills, 
XXX, 848. 

Eeed, Owen, aet. 56 or 57 in 1726. Ohas. co., xxxv, 405. 

Eeed, Percival, aet. 31 in 1663. B. B., 254. 

Eeed, Thomas, Sen^. (formerly servant to Mr. Eob*. Yates, 

Sen^.), aet. 63 in 1725, Chas. co., xxxv, 97; aet. 84 in 

1742, ib., xxxix, 505. 
Eeeder, Benjamin, aet. 46 in 1745. Chas. co., xl, 518. 
Eeeder, John, of S*. Mary's co., aet. 35 in 1765. S*. M. co.. 

Wills, T. A. no. 1, 550. 
Eeeder, John Jr., of S*. Mary's co., aet. 32 in 1764. S*. M. 

CO., Co., Wills, T. A. no. 1, 548. 
Eeeder, Thomas, of S*. Mary's co., aet. 50 in 1765, S*. M. co., 

Wills, T. A. no. 1, 545; aet. 53 in 1764, ibid, 547. 
Eeeves, Thomas, aet. 73 in 1770. Chas. co., Ix, 570. 
Eeeves, Ubgat, (St. Mary's co.,) aet. 69 in 1738, I. E. no. 4, 

fol. 119 ; Eeeves, TJbgatt, aet. 57 in 1726, Ohas. co., xxxv, 

395. 



INDEX TO CHANCEBT DEFOSITIONS, 1668-1Y89. 303 

Eeid, George, of St. Mary's co., gent., aet. 39 in 1Y22. P. L., 
foL Y91. 

Beiley, Anthony, of A. A. co., aet. 60 in 1725, I. E. no. 1, 
fol. 138. 

Eenison, Elizabeth, of Calvert co., aet. 60 in 1722, P. L., fol. 
865. 

Eentzel, Mr. Anthony, (Montg. co.,) dep. in 1787. S. H. H. 
no. 0, fol. 48. 

Eevell, Eandall, aet. 57 in 1668. Wills, i, 324; Test Proc, 
iii, 110. 

Eeves, Thomas, of St. Mary's co., planter, aet. 70 in 1714. P. 
L., fol. 110. 

Eeynolds, John, of S*. Mary's co., aet. 33 in 1684. Arch., xvii, 
338. 

Eeynolds, Thomas, (A. A. co.), aet. 60 in 1722. P. L., fol. 
741. 

Eice, John, aet. 22 in 1658. Eec. Westm^. co., Va. 
Eich, Stephen, of Queen Ann's co., aet. 39 in 1711. P. C, 
fol. 764. 

Eichards, Edward, (Queen Ann's co.,) aet. 44 in 1723. P. L., 
fol. 856. 

Eichards, John, of Kent co.-on-Delaware, aet. 67 in 1695. P. 
C, fol.. 373. 

Eichardson, Ann (wife of William), of A. A. co., aet. 18 in 

1741. Test. Proc, xxxi, 182. 
Eichardson, Francis, of St. Mary's co., aet. 23 in 1665. Test. 

Proc, i, 47. 

Eichardson, Joseph, (Quaker — ^mentions his brother W°^. Eich- 
ardson) aet. 66 in 1744. A. A. co., I. B. no. 1, 176. 

Eichardson, Eichard, of Frederick co., aet. 45 in 1752. I. E. 
no. 5, fol. 1121. 

Eichardson, Samuel, of Pr. George's co., aet. 44 in 1751. I. 
E. no. 5, fol. 1227. 

Eichardson, William, (A. A. co.,) aet. 52 in 1720. P. L., fol. 
676. 



304 



MARYLAND SiBTOKICAL MAGAZINE. 



Eidgate, Thomas-How, (Chmrl^s oo.,) dap. im 1787- S. H. H." 
no. C, fol. 41. 

Eidgeley, Henry, of A. A. co., gent., aet. 46 in 1736, I. E. no. 
3, fol. 467; "Col. Henry'' aet. 45 in 1735, A. A. co., 
I. B. no. 1, 91; Henry Ei%dy, of A. A. 0., aet. 65 Im 
1745, ibid, 223. 

Eidgely, Charles, aet. 30 in 1733. Balto. co., H. W. S. no. 3, 
174. 

Eidout, Jolin, of Annapolis, Esquire, aet. 40 in 1773. 1774- 
83, fol. 101. 

Eigbie, James, Junior, (Harford co.,) dep. in 1789. S. H. H. 

no. C, fol. 469. 
Eigg, Thomas, aet. 48 in 1753. Chas. co,, xlviii, 153. 
Eiley, Hugh, (Pr. George's co.,) carpenter, aet. 61 in 1714, 

63 in 1716 and 66 in 1719. R L., fol. 27, 285, 550. 
Eiley, Margaret, (Frederick co.,) dep. in 1783. S. H. H. no. 

C, fol. 154. 

Einggold, Charles, Sen^., aet. 42 in 1767. Kent co., xviii, 426. 

Einggold, James, aet. 30 in 1735, Kent co., J. S. no. 18, 199; 
J. E. ^^of Eastern Neck," aet. 55 in 1761 (mentions his 
nnde, W^. Einggold, son of James Einggold), ib., D. D. 
no. 1, 609. 

Einggold, John, aet. 20 in 1656. O. K., 217. 
Einggold, Josias, Jr., aet. 33 in J769. Kent co., xxii, 202. 
Einggold, Eebecca, of Kent co., aet. 18 in 1747. I. E. no. 5, 
fol. 432. 

Einggold, M^. Thomas, aet. 44 in 1665, Kent co.. Lib. A., 103 ; 

aet. 43 in 1652, O. K, 24. 
Einggold, William, aet. 38 in 1761, Kent co., D. D. no. 1, 615 ; 

aet. 61 in 1776, ib., xxiv, 133 ; aet. 46 in 1769, ib., xxii, 

181. 

Einggold, William, of Kent co., aet. 60 in 1738, Qu. A. co., 
E. T. no. 1, 199; Mr. W. E. aet. 66 in 1743, Kent co., 
J. S, no. 24, 439. 

Eiston, Edward, of Pr. George's co., aet. 42 in 1786. I. E. no. 
3, fol. 161. 



nsTDEX TO oaoro^mY mpcm&itiohs, Ii68-1789. 305 



Eoberts, Aaron, a^. 46 in 1737. P. Gr. co., T. 506. 
Eoberts, Eobert, of Kent cc, aet. 56 in 1784. 1784-6, fol. 260. 
Koberts, Thomas, of Balto. co., aet. 60 in 1707. Balt^. co. 
Eeserv. 

Eobins, James, aet. 47 in 1752. Chas. co., xlvii, 122. 
Eobins, Eobert, aet. 31 in 1649. Md. Arch., iv, 535. 
Eobins, Eobert, aet. 55 in 1681. Chas. co., viii, 147. 
Eobinson, James, of Cecil co., dep. in 1716. P. L., fol. 320. 
Eobinson, Lawrence, of A. A. co., dep. in 1780. 1774-83, fol. 
478. 

Eobinson, Eosanna, aet. 70 in 1745 (wife 22 years before of 

Alexr. Tyer). Chas. co., xl, 334. 
Eobinson, William, aet. 29 in 1660. Chas. co., i, 100. 
Eobson, John, Senior, (Dorche«ter co.,) aet. 53 in 1723. P. 

L., fol. 975. 

Eobson, William, Senior, (Dorchester co.,) aet. 70 in 1712. 
P. 0., fol. 860. 

Eoby, John (son of John Eoby), a@t. 40 in 1726. Chas. co., 
XXXV, 393. 

Eoby, Eichard, of Charles co., planter, aet. 46 in 1741. I. E. 
no. 4, fol. 411. 

Eoby, Thomas, of Charles co., plants, aet. 49 in 1741. I. E. 
no. 4, fol. 433. 

Eochford, Lawrence of Charles co. ( ?), aet. 63 in 1697. Test. 

Proc., xrii, 109. 
Eodgers, Joseph, ©f Talbd: co., aet. 57 in 1708/9. Wills, 

xii, 17. 

Eoe, Edward, of Qu. A. co., aet. 34 in 1729/30. Qu. A. co., 
E. T. no. 1, 99. 

Eoe, John, of Queen Ann's co., aet. 59 in 1723, P. L., fol. 956; 

aet. 68 in 1729, Qu. A. co., E. T. no. 1, 89; aet. 69 in 

1729/30, ib., 99. 
Eook, John, (Pr. George's co.,) aet 47 in 1711. P. C, fol. 

766. 

Boss, John, of Talbot co., aet. 59 in 1718. P. L., foL 471. 



306 



MABYI/AND HISTOSIOAI/ MAQAZINM. 



EosS; Thomas, of Baltimore co., aet. 30 in 1759. D. D. no. J, 
fol. 133. 

Koswell, M^. William, aet. 28 in 1666. F. F., 92. 
Kouthom, Joseph, aet. 38 in 1726. Ohas. co., xxxv, 421. 
RufiF, Eichard, of Harford co., dep. in 1788. S. H. H. no. 0, 
fol. 453. 

Eugby, John, of Charles co., planter, aet. 38 in 1737. I. E. 
no. 3, fol. 225. 

Eully, John, of Oalv*. co., aet. 50 in 1725. Test. Proc, xxvii, 
279. 

Eumball, Anthony, (Talbot co.,) dep. in 1703. P. 0., fol. 631. 
Enmney, Edward, of Annapolis, gent., aet. 38 in 1748. I. E. 
no. 5, fol. 728. 

Emnsey, Benjamin, (Harford co.) dep. in 1789. S. H. H. no. 
C, fol. 134. 

Eusfro, John, of Pennsylvania, aet. 62 in 1723. P. L., fol. 
906. 

Eushoon, Stephen (Talbot co.,) aet. 49 in 1715. P. L., fol. 
576. 

Eussell, Christopher, aet. 45 in 1658. Chas. co., i, 35. 
Eussell, John, of Somerset co., aet. 90 in 1713. P. L., fol. 37. 
Eussell, Capt. John, aet. 34 in 1656. O. K., 211. 
Euth, Moses, of Baltimore co., farmer, aet. 62 in 1759. D. D. 
no. J, fol. 141. 

Euthom, Joseph, aet. 60 in 1738. Chas. co., xxxviii, 528. 
Euthorn, Mary, (wife of Joseph), aet. 51 in 1734. Chas. co., 
xxxvii, 528. 

Eutland, Mr. Thomas, aet. 67 in 1731. A. A. co., I. B. no. 
1, 51. 

Eutter, Ealph, of Cecil co., planter, aet. 80 in 1723. P. L., 
fol. 905. 

Eyan, John, of Dorchester co., planter, aet. 48 in 1710. P. C, 
fol. 652. 

Eyland, Alice, of Cecil co., planter, aet. 57 in 1723. P. L., 
fol. 952, 



mUEX TO OHAKOEBY BEPOSITiOKS, 1668-1789. 307 



Kyland, John, of Cecil co., planter, aet. 50 in 1Y28. P. L., fol. 
950. 

Kjon, Joseph, aet. 46 in 1769. P. G. co., A. A., 136. 
Eyon, Nathaniel, aet. 43 in 1769. P. G. co., A. A., 136. 

Saler, Kobert, (Pr. George^s co.,) aet. 50 in 1714. P. L., fol. 
107. 

Salsbnry, Elizabeth, of Queen Ann's co., aet. 57 in 1722. P. 
L., fol. 734. 

Salter, John, aet 36 in 1659. Kent. Co. Lib. B. Court Proc. 
Samford, William, aet. 20 in 1658, S., 35; aet. 22 in 1658, ib., 
112. 

Samuel, Peter, of Somerset co., planter, aet. 61 in 1788. I. E. 

no. 3, fol. 443. 
Sander, Matthew, aet. 50 in 1725. Ohas. CO., XXXV, 38. 
Sanders, Bostick, (Kent co.,) dep. in 1778. 1774-83, fol. 47. 
Sanders, John, of Charles co., gent., aet. 50 in 1721, P. L., 

fol. 660; aet. 56 in 1726, Chas. co., xxxv, 396; Saunders, 

John, of Pomfret, aet. 48 in 1719, ib., xxxii, 48. 
Sanders, John, (Kent co.,) dep. in 1773. 1774-88, fol. 44. 
Sanders, Matthew, aet. 60 in 1706. P. C, fol. 561. 
Sands, John, of Annapolis, aet. 49 in 1780. 1774-83, fol. 490. 
Sands, Robert, of Talbot co., planter, aet. 56 in 1711. P. C, 

fol. 757, 

Sanner, Thomas, of St. Mary^s co., planter, aet. 49 in 1737. 

I. E. no. 4, fol. 20. 
Sansbury, Francis, of P. G. co., planter, aet. 75 in 1735. P. 
G. CO., T. 861. 

Sanders, William, of Talbot co., planter, aet. 52 in 1724. I. 

R. no. 1, foL 12. 
Saunders, Aaron, of Qu. A. co., aet. 18 in 1729. Wills, xix, 

687. 

Saunders, Elizabeth, of A. A, co., aet. 59 in 1714. P. L., foL 
234. 

Saunders, Matthew, aet. 60 in 1733, Ohas. co., xxxvii, 832; 
aet. ''over 60" in 1734, P. G. co., T. 282. 



308 



UAMTLAWD MMWOWmAlM MAmAZINm. 



Saunders, Matthew, aet. 71 in 1719. Ohas. co., xxxii, 66. 
Savage, Henry, of A. A. co., aet. 34 in 1663. B. B., 278. 
Savory, William, aet. 64 or 65 in 1724. Kent co., J". S. no. 
K. W., 405. 

Sawell, James (Calvert co.) aet. 37 in 1770. W. K. no. 1, 
fol. 259. 

Sawell, Peter, of Calvert co., aet. 39 in 1710. P. C, fol. 694. 
Saxton, Sarah, (Queen Ann^s co.,) aet. 32 in 1723. P. L., 
fol. 1012. 

Sayman, John-Christoplier, (Charles co.,) dep. in 1787. S. 

H. H. no. C, fol. 43. 

Scarborough, John, of Worcester co., gent., aet. 62 in 1756. 

B. T. no. 1, fol. 110. 
iScot, Andrew, aet. 30 in 1653. Md. Arch., x, 284. 
Scot, John (son John Scot, Sen^., dec*^.), aet. 48 in 1736. Chas. 

CO., xxxviii, 297. 
Scot, William (son of John Scot, Sen^., dec^.), aet. 45 or 46 in 

1736. Chas. CO., xxxviii, 297. 
Scot, William, aet. 48 in 1741. Chas. co., xxxix, 288. 
Scott, Day, of Somerset co., gent., aet. 45 in 1751. B. T. no. 

I, fol. 74-85. 

Scott, Col. Edward, of Kent co., dep. in 1723. P. L., fol. 1078. 
Scott, Hugh, (Frederick co.,) dep. in 1783. S. H. H. no. C, 
fol. 156. 

Scott, James, of Baltimore co., planter, aet. 39 in 1759. D. 

D. no. J, fol. 141. 
Scott, John, of Somerset co., dep. in 1724. I. R. no. 1, fol. 33. 
Scott, John, Senr., aet. 60 odd'' in 1719. Chas. co., xxxii, 

75. 

Scott, John, Jun^., aet. 34 in 1719. Chas. co., xxxii, 75. 
Scott, Eev'd Eobert, of St. Mary's co., aet. 56 in 1722, and 62 

in 1729. P. L., fol. 854, and 1. E. no. 1, fol. 205. (See 

Va. Mag. of H. & B., vii, 312.) 
Scott, Upton, of Annapolis, jAysician, aet. 46 in 1773. 1774- 

83, fol. 99. 



iHDix TO oacAJTOxaT M^o«!tTio^% 1868-1789. dM 



Scott, Walter, of Cecil co., cordwaiwir, aat. 51 in 1T33. P. L., 

foL 682, 935, 50. 
Scott, William (son of Joim Scott, Sen^., dec^.), aet. 41 in 

1734. Ohas. co., xxxvii, 536. 
Scroggen, John, aet. 55 in 1742. Ohas. co., xxxix, 507. 
ScuUorn, Peter, aet 57 in 1745. Chas. co., xl, 466. 
Scyle, Mr. John, (Montg. co.,) dep. in 1787. S. H. H. no. C, 

fol. 48. 

Sears, John, dep. in 1780. 1774-83, fol. 481. 
Sears, John, of A. A. co., aet. 28 in 1780. 1774-83, fol. 488. 
Searson, D^. Francis, Charles co., aet. 50 in 1708. Wills, xii, 
280. 

Sedgwick, Benjamin, aet. 28 in 1778. Balto. co., W. no. G., 

203. 

Sedwick, Benjamin, (Calvert co.,) aet. 39 in 1770. W. K. 
no. 1, fol. 255. 

Sedwick, Joshua, of Calvert oo., aet. 38 in 1711. P. C, fol. 
731-48. 

Sedwick, Joshua, (Calvert co.), aet. 53 in 1773. W. K. no. 1, 
fol. 267. 

Selbj, John, aet. 54 in 1760. A. A. co., I. B. no. 1, 517. 
Selby, Mary, in 17*^ year in 1705/6. Wills, xii, 45. 
Selby, William, (Worcester co.,) aet. 43 in 1788. S. H. H. 
no. C, fol. 511. 

Sellers, Abraham, of A. A. co., aet 36 in 1785. 1784-6, fol. 
612. 

Sellman, Mr. William, (A. A. co.,) aet. 42 in 1732. I. R. no. 
2, fol. 377. 

Semmes, James, aet. 50 in 1720. Chas. co., xxxii, 87. 
Semmes, Joseph, (Charles co.,) dep. in 1787. S. H. H. no. C, 
fol. 42. 

Semmes, Marmaduke, of Charles eo., i^et. 43 in 1744. Test. 

Proc, xxxi, 547. 
Semmes, Eobert-Doyne, (Charles co.,) dep. in 1787. S. H. H. 

no. C, fol. 42. 

Sergeant, Damaris, of Charles co., aet. 50 in 1697. Tett. Proc., 
xvii, 114. 



aio 



MiJI-TLAKB HISTO^CAL MAGAZIKE. 



Sergeant, Jolm, of Baltimore co., farmer, aet. 56 in 1Y85. S. 

H. H. no. C, fol. 331. 
Seward, Rebecca, of Q. A. co., wife of Thomas, aet. 56 in 1Y60. 

Wills, xxxi, 848. 
Sewell, James, (Calvert co.,) aet, 46 in 1743. I. E. no. 4, fol. 

468. 

Sewell, Major Nicolas, of St. Mary's co., aet. 67 in 1Y22. P. 
L., fol. Y58. 

Sewell, Peter, (A. A. co.,) aet. 40 in 1Y12. P. 0., fol. 858. 
Sewell, Mr. Philip, (mentions " old Mr. Joseph Hill, uncle to 

this present Mr. Joseph Hill," living 50 years ago), aet. 

Y4 in 1Y58, A. A. co., I. B. no. 1, 489; P. S. "of A. A. 

CO., aet. Y4 in 1Y5Y, ibid, 463*; aet, 82 in 1Y66 (had 

brother, James S., living 60 years ago, but now dec<^.), 

ibid, 66Y. 

Shapley, Mr. Philip, of Virginia, aet. 61 in 1Y06, and 6Y in 

1Y12. P. C, fol. 655-882. 
Sharpe, John, of Dorch^. co., aet. 43 in 1Y29. Dorch'^. co., 0. 

8, 384. 

Shaw, John, aet. 45 in 1Y43, Chas. co., xxxix, 663; aet. 45 in 

1Y44, ib., xl, 223. 
Shaw, John, Sen^., aet. 6Y in 1Y31, Chas. co., xxxvii, 4Y ; aet. 

Y5 in 1Y3Y, ib., xxxviii, 42Y. 
Shaw, Margaret, of A. A. co., aet. 69 in 1Y19. P. L., fol. 4Y4. 
Shaw, Ralph, aet. 50 in 1Y35, Chas. co., xxxviii, 101; (Ealph 

Sen^.) aet. 53 in 1Y38, ib., 516. 
Shellman, Valentine, of Baltimore co., shoemaker, aet. 35 in 

1Y85. S. H. H. no.* C, foL 338. 
Sheredine, Daniel, of Cecil co., dep. in 1Y88. S. H. H. no. C, 

fol. 435, 

Sheredine, Thomas, aet. 35 in lY34, Balto. co., H. W. S. no. 3, 
220; aet. 3Y in 1Y36, ibid, 234; "Maj." aet. 45 in 1Y44, 
ib., H. W. S. no. 4, 100; aet. 46 in 1Y45, ib., 114; aet. 48 
in 1Y4Y, ib., 139. 

Sherman, Job, of Somerset co., aet. 50 in 1Y30. I. E. no. 1, 
id. 308. 



INDEX TO CHANCEEY DEFOSITIOITS, 1668-1789. 311 



Skermaiij Peter, of Somerset co., aet. 62 in 1724. I. R. no. 1, 

fol. 36. 

Sherwin, Eobert, aet. 61 in 1729. Dorch'*. co., O. 8, 385. 
Sherwood, Ann, of Talbot co., aet 40 in 1772. Wills, xxxviii, 
986. 

Sherwood, Daniel, Sen^., of Talbot co., aet. ab*. 70 in 1737, 
Talbot CO. Land Com^s.; D. S. aet. 68 in 1737, ib., 1745- 
61, fol. 206. 

Sherwood, Edward-Mann, of Talbot co., aet. 29 in 1783. 

1784-6, fol. 236. 
Sherwood, Hugh, of Talbot co., gent., aet. 75 in 1707. P. C, 

fol. 672. 

Sherwood, CoL John, aet. 65 in 1743. Talbot co. Land Com^®., 
1736-45, 250 (deposition taken 1743/4, 2/2). 

Shipley, Richard, of A. A. co., aet. 42 in 1761 and 66 in 1775. 
I. R. no. 5, fol. 1111, and W. K. no. 1, fol. 839. 

Shirtcliffe, John, of Mary's co., aet. 40 in 1657. S., 50. 

Short, Catharine, (wife of Daniel) aet. 35 in 1736. Chas. co., 
xxxviii, 201. 

Sicklemore, Samuel, of Balto. co., aet. 46 in 1705. Balto co. 
Reserv. 

Sites, Thomas, of St. Mary's co., planter, aet. 80 in 1725. P. 
L., fol. 1093. 

Simmes, Alexius, aet. 31 in 1735. Chas. co., xxxviii, 99. 
Simons, George, of A. A. co., dep. in 1711. P. C, foL 734. 
Simons, Solomon, Senior, (Kent co.,) dep. in 1773. 1774-83, 
fol. 43. 

Simpson, Paul, mariner, aet. 60 in 1650. Md. Arch., x, 20, 73. 
Simpson, Thomas, Sen^., aet. 58 in 1719, Chas. co., xxxii, 75; 

aet. 57 in 1720, ib., 95. 
Sims, Eleanor, aet. 41 in 1742. Chas. co., xxxix, 464. 
Sims, Elizabeth, of Chas. co., aet. 35 in 1737. Chas. co., 

xxxviii, 431. 

Sims, Francis, aet. 77 in 1742. Chas. co., xxxix, 383. 
Simson, Thomas, (St. Mary's co.,) aet. 66 in 1723. P. L., fol. 
866. 



wtmss^jMm Mmmmmom* MAmAzmi^. 



Sirman, Peter, of Someraet eo., aet. 62 in 1733. I. R. no. 2, 
fol. 557. 

Skelton, Israel, of Balt«. co., aet. 60 in 1705. Balt«. co. Resur. 
Skinmer, Adderton, of Calvert co., gent., aet. 60 in 1737, I. E. 

no. 4. fol. 37; aet. 68 in 1747, Md. Gazette, 5 May, 1747. 
Skinner, Mr. Andrew, dep. in 1698. P. C, fol. 404. 
Skinner, Ann, of Calvert co., widow, aet. 55 in 1716. P. L., 

fol. 279. 

Skinner, Thomas, ad;. 42 in 1744. Ohafl. co., xl, 185. 
Skinner, William, of Talbot co., gent., aet. 54 in 1723. I. E. 
no. 1, fol. 7. 

Skinner, William, aet. 47 in 1749, Chas. co., xlii, 529,- aet. 42 

in 1745, ib., xl, 518. 
Skinner, William, Jr., aet. 41 in 1739. Talbot co. Eec. 
Skinner, William, Jr., of Talbot co., aet. 30 in 1736. Kent 

CO., J. S. no. 18, 267. 
Slamaker, John, mariner, aet. 40 in 1785. 1784-6, fol. 383. 
Slater, Elizabeth, (Calvert co.,) aet. 19 in 1770. W. K. no. 

1, fol. 364. 

Slater, Ellis, (Calvert co.,) aet. 71 in 1770. W. K. no. 1, 
fol. 253. 

Slater, Samuel, (Calvert co.,) aet 48 in 1771. W. K. no. 1, 
fol. 269. 

Slingsby, John, aet. 35 in 1652. Md. Arch., x, 167. 
Sloss, Samuel, of Kent co., gent., aet. 50 in 1768. W. K. no. 
1, fol. 179. 

Sluter, Henry, of Cecil co., gent., aet. 49 in 1721. P. L,, fol. 
681. 

Sly, Robert, aet. 30 in 1658, P. C. E. (1658-1662), 103; aet. 

34 in 1661, Chas. co. A., 157. 
Slye, Gerrard, of St. Mar/s co., aet. 43 in 1722. P. L., fol. 

853. 

Slye, John, (St. Mary's co.,) aet. 62 in 1705. P. C, fol. 549. 
Slye, John, aet. 57 in 1752. Chas. co., xlvii, 343. 
Slyter, Henry, (Cecil co.,) aet. 44 in 1716. P. L., fol. 487. 
Smallwood, Bayne, aet. 41 in 1752. Chas. Co., xlvii, 212. 



nTBsz TO CHAircMT immmiTsOfmM, 16^-1789. IIS 



Smallwood, James, Sen^., aet. 48 in 1745. Chas. co., xl, 386. 
Smallwood, Leadstonej aet. 36 in 1718, Chas. co., xxxii, 41; 

aet. 51 in 1738, ib., xxxviii, 517; aet. 62 in 1749, ib., 

xlii, 346; aet. 58 in 1745, ib., xl, 469. 
Smallwood, Prior, (Charles co.,) aet. 42 in 1722, P. L., ioL 

862 ; aet. 40 in 1721, Chas. co., xxxii, 122. 
Smith, Arthur, of Dorchester co., aet. 44 in 1719. P, L., fol. 

581. 

Smith, Charles, of Balt^. co., aet. 70 in 1724. Balt^ L S., 
no. G, 380. 

Smith, Charles-Somerset, of Calvert co., aet. 20 in 1718. P. L., 
fol. 849. 

Smith, David, of Cecil co., Esquire, aet. 50 in 1788. S. H, H. 
no. 0, fol. 131. 

Smith, David, Esquire, (Cecil co.,) aet. 62 in 1788. 1787-9, 
fol. 430. 

Smith, Dorothy, of Calv*. co., aet. 47 in 1725. Test. Proc., 
xxvii, 276. 

Smith, Edmund, aet. 30 in 1647. Md. Arch., iv. 362. 

Smith, Edward, (A. A. co.,) aet. 89 in 1722. P. L., fol. 798. 

Smith, Edward, of Balt^. co., aet. 46 in 1705. Balto. co. Eeaerr. 
Smith, Elias, aet. 39 in 1745. Chas. co., xl, 341. 
Smith, Capt. Henry, of Somerset co., aet. 58 in 1692. Arch., 
viii, 504. 

Smith, James, aet. 37 in 1731. Chas. co., xxxvii, 83. 

Smith, James, of Kent co., gent., aet. 48 in 1731, I. E. no. 2, 
fol. 606; ("formerly Dep*. Surveyor") aet. 60 in 1743, 
Kent CO., J. S. no. 25, 88; aet. 64 in 1748, ib., J. S. nq. 
26, 141. 

Smith, Mr. James, aet. 46 in 1761, Kent co., D. D. no. 1, 615; 

aet. 55 in 1771, ib., D. D. no. 2, 522. 
Smith, Capt. John, of Calvert co., a^. 25 in 1744. Balto. co., 

H. W. S. no. 4, 100. 
Smith, John, of Calv*. co., aet. 24 in 1673. Test. Proc, v, 446. 
Smith, Mr. John^ of Charles co., aet. 73 in 1711. P. C, fol. 

7366, 



314 



MAMYJ^D HISTOBICAli MASAZIITE. 



Smith, John, aet. 80 in 1714. P. L., foL 53. 
Smith, John, of Cecil co., aet. 37 in 1723. P. L., fol. 937. 
Smith, John, of Calvert co., aet. 60 in 1736. I. E. no. 2, foL 
801. 

Smith, John, of Cecil eo., farmer, aet. 60 in 1763. D. D. no. 
J, fol. 373. 

Smith, Margaret, (Dorchester co.,) aet. 53 in 1730. I. K. no. 
1, fol. 318. 

Smith, Mary, (A. A. co.,) aet. 31 in 1722. P. L., fol. 798. 
Smith, Matthew, of Talbot co., planter, dep. in 1703. P. C, 
fol. 554. 

Smith, Peter, of St. Mary's co., carpenter, aet. 41 in 1698. 
P. C, fol. 383. 

Smith, Eachel, (Cecil co.,) dep. in 1746. I. E, no. 5, fol. 95. 
Smith, Eenatus, see Cole, Mrs. Mary. 

Smith, Mr. Eichard, of Chas. co., aet. 49 in 1737, Chas. co., 
xxxviii, 427 J aet. 43 in 1731, ibid, xxxvi, 516; aet. 50 in 
1737, ib., xxxviii, 424; aet. 38 in 1725, ib., xxxv, 97; aet. 
54 in 1742, ib., xxxix, 425; aet. 55 in 1744, ib., xl, 12; 
aet. 65 in 1754, ib., xlviii, 324. 

Smith, Eobert, of Somerset co., aet. 28 in 1724. I. E. no. 1, 
fol. 36. 

Smith, Eobert, of Kent co., aet. 47 in 1699. Test. Proc, xviii, 
25. 

Smith, Eose, aet. 42 in 1651. Md. Arch., x, 109. 
Smith, Samuel, aet. 24 in 1658/9. Chas. co., i, 43. 
Smith, Samuel, (A. A. co.,) aet. 36 in 1732. 1. E. no. 2, 
fol. 384. 

Smith, Samuel, aet. 57 in 1796. Balto. co., W. G. no. 51, 421. 
Smith, Thomas, of A. A. co., aet. 45 in 1707. A. A. co., I. H. 
no. 3, 77. 

Smith, Thomas, (Baltimore co.,) aet. 45 in 1715. P. L., 
fol. 109. 

Smith, Walter, aet. 28 in 1651. Md. Arch., x, 91. 
Smith, Mr. Walter, dep. in 1725. I. E. no. 1, fol. 155. 
Smith, William, of Chas. co., aet. 42 in 1729, Chas. co., xxxvi, 



INDEX TO CHANCEET DEPOSITIOKS, 1668-1789- 315 



364; aet. 42 in 1730, ibid, 475; aet. 43 in 1731, ibid, 

xxxvii, 44; aet. 44 in 1732, ib., 159; aet- 50 in 1738, ib-, 

xxxviii, 519; Sen'r " aet. 54 in 1742, ib., xxxix, 384; 
aet. 56 in 1743, ib., xxxix, 667; aet. 56 in 1744, ib., xl, 
185; aet. 57 in 1744, ib., xl, 252. 

Smith, William, aet. 45 in 1728. Dorch^^- co., 0- 8, 430. 
Smith, William, of Balto. co., aet. between 30 & 40 in 1733- 

Oounc. Bk., Lib. M., fol. 101. 
Smith, William, of Dorchester co., planter, aet. 42 in 1709. 

P. 0., fol. 655. 

Smith, William, gent., aet. about 60 in 1652. Md. Arch., x, 
174. 

Smith, William, of Talbot co., planter, aet. 60 in 1714. P. L., 
fol. 32. 

Smith, William, aet. 55 in 1748. P. G. CO., Lib. E. E., fol. 

716; E. B. no. 2, 683. 
Smith, William, of Baltimore co., planter, aet. 36 in 1759. 

D. D. no. J, fol. 127. 
Smithson, John, aet. 18 in 1658. S., 112. 
Smithson, Thomas, (Dorchester co.,) aet. 60 in 1711. P. C, 

fol. 847. 

Smoot, Capt. Barton, aet. 43 in 1731, Ohas. co., xxxvi, 517; aet. 

44 in 1731, ib., xxxvii, 84. 
Smoot, Barton, aet. 36 in 1747. Chas. co., xli, 82. 
Smoot, Thomas, Sen^., aet. 55 in 1752, Ohas. co., xlvii, 217; 

aet. 69 in 1767, ib., lix, 278 (mentions his grandfather 

William Barton living 50 years ago). 
Smoot, Thomas, Jun^., aet. 45 in 1752, Chas. co., xlvii, 216; 

aet. 60 in 1767, ib., lix, 658. 
Smoot, William, (Charles co.,) dep. in 1787. S. H. H, no. C, 

fol- 40- 

Smoote, William, aet. 56 in 1652, Wills, i, 41; aet. 63 in. 1661, 
Chas. CO., A, 158 ; W"^. Smoote, carpenter, aet- 65 in 1662, 
Test. Proc, 28. 

Smythe, Thomas, (Kent, co.,) aet. 54 in 1784, 1784-6, foL 
258; aet. 44 in 1775, Kent co-, xxiv, 87- 



316 



MAEYLAHD HISTOSIGAIi KAGAZOSTE. 



Snowden, Eichard, (Quaker) aet. 56 in 1744, A. A, co., I. B. 

no. 1, 177; aet. 62 in 1750, ibid, 322. 
Snowden, Mr. Thomas, aet. 45 in 1765. A. A, eo., I. B. no. 1, 

676. 

Snuggs, John, (St. Mary's co.,) aet. 42 in 1702. P. 0., fol. 
486. 

Sockwell, Mary, (Talbot co.,) aet. 71 in 1718. P. L., fol. 460. 
Sockwell, Thomas, of Talbot co., aet. 41 in 1711, and 51 in 

1722. P. 0., fol. 848, and P. L., fol. 861. 
SoUers, William, of Baltimore oo., house-carpenter, aet 26 in 

1785. S. H. H. no. 0, fol. 338. 
Somerwell, Alexander, (Calvert co.,) aet. 36 in 1770. W. K. 

no. 1, fol. 242. 

Somerwell, Dr. James, of Calvert co., aet. 44 in 1737. I. E. 
no. 3, fol. 218. 

Somerwell, James, (Calvert co,,) aet. 39 in 1770. W. K. no. 
1, fol. 289. 

South, Mr. Thomas, aet. 36 in 1655, Kent co.. Lib. A, 99; aet. 

38 in 1656, ib., 124; aet. 36 in 1658, Kent Co., Lib. B., 

Court Proc; aet. 40 in 1659, ibid. 
Souther, Christopher, of Pr. George's co., planter, aet. 40 in 

1773. 1774-83, fol. 97. 
Southern, Richard, of Calvert co., gent., aet. 50 in 1693. Arch., 

viii, 557. 

Sowell, Mary, of A. A. co., aet. 38 in 1751. I. E. no. 5, fol. 

863. 

Sparks, John, (Queen Ann's co.,) aet. 30 in 1715. P. L., fol. 
264. 

Sparrow, Thomas, of A. A. co., planter, aet. 21 in 1720. I. E. 
no. 2, fol. 355. 

Sparrow, Thomas, of A. A. co., gent., aet. 40 in 1751. I. E. 

no. 5, foL 1108. 
Sparrow, Thomas, of Annapolis, aet. 36 in 1780. 1774-83, 

foL 480. 

Speak, Bowling, (Charles co.,) aet 48 in 1722, P. L., fol. 
736; aet. 52 in 1726, Chas. co., xxxv, 405 ; aet. 64 in 1738, 



IliTDBX TO CHAirCEET DEPOSITIOKS, 1668-1789. 817 



Chas. CO., xxxviii, 463; aet. 72 in 1745, ib., xl, 342; aet. 
77 in 1752, ib., xlvii, 346 ; aet. 80 in 1752, ib., xlvii, 348. 
Speai, John, (Charles go., aet. 55 in 1719, xxxii, 68; aet. 62 
in 1727, I. E. no. 5, fol. 201; aet. 66 in 1729, Chas. co., 
xxxvi, 275- 

Speake, Mary, aet. 70 and upwards in 1745 (daughter of Eob- 

ert Goodrick). Chas. co., xl, 468. 
Speake, Kichard, aet. 40 in 1738. Chas. co., xxxviii, 519. 
Speaie, William, aet. 30 in 1653. Eec. Westm^. co., Va. 
Spedding, Cap** Levin, of Talbot co., gent., aet. 38 in 1784. 

1784-6, foL 306. 
Spence, Mary, aet. 46 in 1726 (had been servant to Bowles 

Tyer). Chas. co., xxxv, 242. 
Spence, Mr. Pattrick, aet. 40 in 1674. Eec. Westm*^ co., Va. 
Spence, William, aet. 50 in 1676. Eec. Westm^ co., Va. 
Sjpencer, Charles, aet. 54 in 1745. Talb*. co. Land Commis^^, 

1745-61, 35. 

Spencer, James, of Talbot co., aet. 47 in I7l4. P. L., fol. 40. 
Spink, Henry, aet. 26 & upward in 1647. Md. Arch., iv, 324. 
Spinke, Henry, of St. Mary's co., aet. 51 in 1715. P. C, fol. 

292, and P. L., foL 259. 
Sprigg; Col. Edward, aet. 50 in 1748, P. G. co., E. E., 466; 

aet. 52 or 53 in 1748, ib., 629; aet. 53 in 1750, ib., P. P., 

88. 

Sprigg, Dr. John, (A. A. co.,) dep. in 1785. 1784-6, foL 560. 
Sprigg, Joseph, of Pr. George^s co., aet. 38 in 1774. 1774-83, 
fol. 111. 

Sprigg, Osborn, of Pr. George's co., gent., aet. 38 in 1745. I. 

B. no. 4, foL 591. 
Sprigg, Thomas, of A. A. co., gent., aet. 30 in 1745, A. A. CO., 

L B. no. 1, 212; aet. 52 in 1767, 1774-83, fol. 20. 
Sprigg, M^ Thomas, of Calv*. co., aet 64 in 1694. W. E. 0. 

no. 1, 696. 

Sprigge, M^. Thomas, aet. 35 in 1665. P. F., 91. 
Stafford, Eichard, aet. 45 in 1726. Chas. co., xxxv, 401, 



318 MAMTLAND HISTOKICAL MAaAZINE, 

Stallings, Richard, of Calvert co., dep. in 1725. I. E. no. 1, 
fol. 154. 

Standforth, John, of A. A. co., aet. about 52 in 1Y18. Wills, 
xv, 42. 

Standifer, Samuel, of Balt^. co., aet. 30 in 1704. Balt^. H. W. 
no. 2, 367. 

Stanford, Charles, aet. 41 in 1728. Dorch^. co., 0. 8, 431. 
Stansbury, Dixon, aet. 52 in 1773, Balto. co., ib A. L. no. K, 

281; aet. 74 in 1796, W. G. no. 51, 421. 
Stansbury, Edmund, aet. 52 in 1778. Balto. co., W. G. no. G, 

204. 

Stansbury, John, aet. 75 in 1786 (mentions his father Thos. 

S., deed.)- Balto. Co., W. G. no. T, 190, 
Stansbury, Luke, aet. 44 in 1733, Balto. co., H. W. S. no. 3, 

188; aet. 48 in 1737, ib., H. W. S. no. 4, 21; aet. 50 in 

1739, ib., 50. 

Stansbury, Eichardson, aet. 50 in 1773. Balto. co., A. L. no. 
K, 272. 

Stansbury, Tobias, aet. 42 in 1733, Balto. co., H. W. S. no. 3, 
187 ; aet. 56 in 1746, ib., H. W. S. no. 4, 128 ; aet. 60 in 
1746, ib., 142, 160 (was with his uncle Luke Eaven when 
he ran a survey, &c.). 

Stanton, Mary, (A. A. co.,) aet. 35 in 1722. P. L., fol. 798. 

Starnborough, Tobias, of Balt^. co., aet 44 in 1707. Bait®, co. 
Eesurv., p. 21. 

Stephens, Eichard, aet. 40 in 1720. Chas. co., xxxii, 99. 

Steuart, Dr. George, aet. 40 in 1748. P. G. co.. Lib. E. E., 
fol. 715. 

Steuart, William, of A. A. co., gent., aet. 26 in 1751. I. E. 
no. 5, fol. 928. 

Stevens, John, of Talbot co., gent., aet. 49 in 1783. 1784-6, 
fol. 233. 

Stevens, John, aet. 58 in 1728 (affirmed). Dorch^. co., 0. 8, 
431. 

Stevens, Sarah, (Calvert co.,) aet. 50 in l77l. W. K. no. 1, 
foL 270. 



im>^X TO CHAKCEEY BUPOSITIOl^S, 1668-1789. 319 



Stevens, William, (A. A. co.,) dep. in 1733. I. K. no. 4, fol. 
252. 

Stevenson, James, of Cecil co., farmer, aet. 55 in 1763. D. D. 
no. J, fol. 375. 

Stevenson, John, of Baltimore co., aet 42 in 1767. D. D. no. 
2, fol. 186. 

Stevenson, Kichard King, of Balto. co., aet. 56 in 1761. Balto. 

CO., B. no. L, 209. 
Steward, Daniel, of Charles co., planter, aet. 62 in 1741, I. E. 

no. 4, fol. 423; aet. 66 in 1744 (formerly servant to Mary 

Mitchell), Chas. co., xl, 14. 
Steward, James, of Talbot co., aet. 60 in 1715. P. L., fol. 400, 
Steward, Thomas, of Charles co., planter, aet. 31 in 1741. I. 

K. no. 4, fol. 415. 
Stewart, Catherine, of Baltimore co., dep. in 1781. S. H. H. 

no. C, fol. 310. 

Stewart, George, of Annapolis, chirurgeon, aet. 43 in 1751, and 
65 in 1773. I. K. no. 5, fol. 926, and 1774-83, fol. 102. 

Stewart, James, of Baltimore co., planter, aet. 50 in 1759. D. 
D. no. J, fol. 135. 

Stewart, Dr. Patrick, of Somerset co., aet. 41 in 1742. I. E. 
no. 4, fol. 502. 

Stigalier, Mary, (wife of James) aet 40 in 1701. Chas. co., 
XX, 309-310. 

Stinchcomb, Capt. John, (Baltimore co.,) aet. 67 in 1767. D. 

D. no. 2, fol. 178. 
Stinchcomb, Nathaniel, A. A. co., aet. 44 in 1720. A. A. co., 

1. T. no. 5, 48. ^^^^j^i^^^icl 

Stinchcome, M^Sgl, of Baltimore co., dep. in 1732. I. E. no. 

2, fol. 352. ^A'^^'^Y 

Stockett, Francis, aet. 31 in 1665. Lib. P. P., fol. 79. 
Stockett, Thomas, of A. A. co., gent., aet. 49 in 1741, Test. 

Proc, xxxi, 180; aet. 52 in 1743, A. A. co., I. B. no. 1, 

168 ; aet. 52 in 1744, ibid, 173. 
Stoddard, Mr. James, (Pr. George's co.,) dep. in 1703. P. C. 

fol. 501. 



320 



Stoddert, James, of Pr. George's co., Esquire, aet. 54 in 1Y22. 
P. L., fol. 875. 

Stokes, John, of Baltimore co., gent., dep. in 1729. I. E. no. 2, 
fol. 580. 

Stokes, Peter, (Talbot co.,) aet. 80 in 1710. P. C, fol. 851. 
Stone, John, aet. 55 in 1769. Chas. CO., Ix, 410 (mentions his 

father, Mr. Matthew Stone). 
Stone, Matthew, aet. 49 in 1738. Chas. co., xxxviii, 538. 
Stone, Matthew, Charles co., aet. 38 in 1695. Test. Proc, 

xvii, 116. 

Stone, Matthew, aet. 55 in 1734, Chas. co., xxxvii, 537 ; aet. 

64 in 1745, ib., xl, 400. 
Stone, Capt. Thomas, aet. 44 in 1721. Chas. co., xxxii, 137. 
Stone, Thomas, aet. 47 in 1743, Chas. co., xxxix, 667 ; aet. 48 

in 1745, ib., xl, 398; aet. 73 in 1769, ib., Ix, 409. 
Stone, Mr. William, Sen^., aet. 56 in 1721, Chas. co., xxxii, 

138; aet. 60 in 1726, ib., xxxv, 403. 
Stone, William, (Charles co.,) aet. 52 in 1719, ib. xxxii, 48; 

aet. 60 in 1727, I. E. no. 1, fol. 198; aet. 61 in 1728, 

Chas. CO. Eec, xxxvi, 166. 
Stone, William, Jr., aet. 37 in 1727. Chas. co., xxxv, 488. 
Stonestreet, Thomas, of Pr. George's co., planter, aet. 48 in 

1731, Chas. CO., xxxvii, 4; aet. 49 in 1730, I. E. no. 2, 

fol. 451. 

Stonstreet, Edward, aet. 67 in 1741. Chas. co., xxxix, 288. 
Storey, Walter, of Charles co., gent., aet. 56 in 1722, P. L., 

fol. 876 ; (Col. Walter) aet. 58 in 1725, Chas. co., xxxv, 

141. 

Strickland, Joseph, (Calvert co.,) aet. 60 in 1712. P. C, fol. 
875. 

Stringfellow, Mrs. Henrietta-Maria, aet. 26 in 17^6. I. B. 
no. 1, fol. 187. 

Stump, John, Senior, of Cecil co., aet. 62 in 1788. S. H. H. 
no. C, fol. 132. 

Sturges, William, of Worcester co., planter, aet. 28 in 1756. 
B. T. no. 1, fol. ll'J;. 



INDEX TO CHAJ7CSBT D»O«[T10lf% 18^-1789. til 



Sturman, John, see Hallowes, Elizabeth. 

Sturt, Ephraim, of Talbot co., aet. 34 in 1742. I. R no. 4, 
fol. 613. 

Sudler, Emory, (Kent co.,) aet. 59 in 1784. 1784-6, fol. 259. 
Summers, John, aet. 30 in 1747. Chas. co., xli, 186. 
Sunderland, Josias, of Calvart co., aet. 46 in 1787. I. E. no. 
4, fol. 32. 

Sute, Nathaniel, aet. 66 in 1745. Chas. co., xl, 344. 
Sutton, John, of Kent co., aet. 56 in 1722. P. L., fol. 733. 
Swann, Edward, aet. 37 in 1737. P. G. co., T., 506. 
Swann, James, aet. 52 in 1742. Chas. co., xxxix, 507. 
Swann, Samuel, of P. Gr. co., aet. 47 in 1723, Chas. co., xxxi, 

115 (brother of Thomas below) ; aet. 55 in 1731, ibid, 

xxxvii, 4. 

Swann, Thomas, Sen^., of P. G. co., aet. 49 in 1723, Chas. co., 
xxxi, 115 (son of Edw^. Swann) ; aet. 63 in 1737, P. G. 
CO., T., 506. 

Swann, Thomas, Jun^ , aet. 31 in 1737. P. G. co., T., 505. 
Swearingen, John, aet. 48 in 1744. P. G. co., B. B., 325. 
Swift, Theophilus, of Charles co., gent., dep. in 1738. I. E. 
no. 4, fol. 156. 

Swift, William, (Queen Ann's co.,) aet. 44 in 1723. P. L., 
fol. 856. 

Swormstead, Christian, of Calvert co., aet. 41 in 1706. P. C, 
fol. 526. 

Sykes, Thomas, (Dorchester co.,) planter, aet 80 in 1723. P* 
L., fol. 978. 

Syllavan, Mary, aet. 57 in 1743. Chas. co., xxxix, 663. 
Sympson, Ignatius, aet. 44 in 1752, Chas. co., xlvii, 60. 
Sympson, James, aet. 45 in 1725, ib., xxxv, 38 ; aet. 52 in 1732, 

Chas. cb., ib., xxxvii, 240; aet. 56 in 1733, ib., 332. 
Sympson, Juliana, aet. 63 in 1745. Chas. co., xl, 468. 
Sympson, Thomas, of Chas. co., (Senior) aet 64 in 1725, Chas. 

CO., xxxv, 36; aet 68 in 1729, ib., xxxvi, 346- aet 78 in 

1736, ib., xxxviii, 297. 



322 



MASYLAKD MISTOmiC^ ICAGAZIKE; 



Sympson, Thomas (son of WiUiam), aet. 42 in 1721. Chas. 
co.j xxxii, 129. 

Sympson, Thomas, aet. 43 in 1Y3Y, Ohas. co., xxxviii, 371; aet. 

47 in 1741, Chas. co., xxxix, 289. 
Sympson, Thomas, aet. 48 in 1752. Chas. co., xlvii, 60. 
Sympson, William, Sen^., aet. 52 in 1752, Ohas. co., xlvii, 60; 

aet. 54 in 1752, ib., 58. 

Taggart, Samuel, of Cecil co., farmer, aet. 57 in 1763. D. D. 

no. J, fol. 371. 
Tailor, George, aet. 21 in 1644. Md. Arch., iv, 300. 
Talbot, Edmund, aet. 61 in 1728. A, A. co., I. B. no. 1, 35. 
Talbot, Edward, of A. A. co., gent., aet. 40 in 1751. I. E. no. 

5, fol. 1110. 

Taman, John, of Calvert co., aet. 83 in 1722. P. L., fol. 807. 
Tannehill, Ninian, of Pr. George's co., planter, aet. 52 in 1745. 

I. E. no. 4, fol. 591. 
% Tannehill, William, (St. Mary's co.,) aet. 49 in 1702. P. C, 

foL 490. 

Tanner, Henry, aet. 82 in 1721, Chas. co., xxxii, 137 ; aet. 87 

in 1725, ib., xxxv, 42. 
Tanner, Henry, (Charles co.,) aet. 58 in 1714, P. L., fol. 97- 

104; aet. 68 in 1719, ib., 59; aet. "70 odd" in 1719, 

Chas. CO., xxxii, 50 ; aet. 89 in 1738, ib., xxxviii, 538. 
Tannihill, . WiUiam, of P. G. co., aet. 77 in 1730. HiU Papers, 

21. 

Tasker, Benjamin, of Annapolis, Esquire, aet. 45 in 1736, and 
51 in 1741. I. E. no. 3, fol. 487, and I. E. no. 4, fol. 365. 

Tate, Hannah, of Talbot co., widow, aet. 80 in 1720. P. L., 
foL 711. 

Tate, Jane, of Talbot co., wife of Gilbert, aet. 26 in 1700. 
Wills, xi, 33. 

Tauman, John, (A. A. co.,) aet. 70 in 1712. P. L., fol. 858. 
Tawman, John, of Calvert co., planter, aet. 70 in 1714. P. L., 
fol. 102. 

Taylard, William, (A. A. co.,) aet. 47 in 1709. P. C, fol. 613. 



lOTEX TO csAScmn dbbositioks, 1668-1789, 323 



Taylor, John, of Chas. Co., aet. 30 in 1728. Chas. co,, xxxvi, 
168. 

Taylor, John, aet. 23 in 1652. Md. Arch., x, 240. 
Taylor, John, of Balto. co., aet. 33 in 1705. Balt^. co. Keserv. 
Taylor, John, of Dorchester co., gent., aet. 64 in 1738. I. E. 
no. 3, fol. 447. 

Taylor, Jonathan, of A. A. co., planter, aet. 64 in 1737. I. K. 
no. 4, foL 28. 

Taylor, Margaret, gentlewoman, aet. 42 in 1748. I. E. no. 6, 
fol. 743. 

Taylor, Michael, (Baltimore co.,) aet. 30 in 1731. I. E. no. 2, 
fol. 584. 

Taylor, Mr. Michael, (Annapolis), aet. 33 in 1727. I. Bi no. 

1, fol. 234. 

Taylor, Peter, of Dorchester co., aet. 25 in 1706. P. C, fol. 
525. 

Taylor, Peter, of Worcester co., aet. 27 in 1742. I. E. no. 4, 
fol. 504. 

Taylor, Eobert, aet. 17 in 1647, Md. Arch., iv, 357. 
Taylor, Eobert, (Charles co.,) aet. 51 in 1719, P. L., fol. 548; 

aet. 53 in 1720, Chas. co., xxxii, 107. 
Taylor, Eobert, of Pr. George's co., aet. 65 in 1730. I. E. no. 

2, fol. 452. 

Taylor, Eobert, of Somerset co., planter, aet. 48 in 1768. W. 

K no. 1, fol. 200. 
Taylor, Eobert (servant to Thos. Copley, Esq.,) aet. 22 in 

1649. Md. Arch., x, 11. 
Taylor, Eobert, aet. about 30 in 1652. Md. Arch., x, 219. 
Taylor, Samuel, of Pr. George's co., planter, aet 36 in 1737, 

P. G. CO., T., 505 ; aet. 38 in 1738, 1. E. no. 4, fol. 45. 
Taylor, Susanna, of Balt^. co., aet. 30 in 1714. Bait®. T. E. 

no. A, 322. 

Taylor, Thomas, of Dorchester co., aet. 32 in 1719. P, L., fol. 
580. 

Taylor, Capt. Thomas, aet. 40 in 1728 (son of John Taylor), 
Dorch' CO., O. 8, 248; aet. 42 in 1728, ib., O. 8, 268. 



a34 



^jkMYijAm> mmTomwMj magazike. 



Taylor, Thomas, Senior, of Virginia, aet. 69 in 1790. S. H. 

H. no. C, fol. 371-4. 
Taylor, Thomas, of Talbot co., merch*., aet. 46 in 1708/9. 

Wills, xii, 17. 

Tayman, Sarah, aet. 66 in 1736. Balto. co. Wills, i, 284 
Teague, Jone, (Somerset co.,) aet. 53 in 1716. P. L., foL 308. 
Teele, Emanuel, (Baltimore co.,) aet. 61 in 1776. 1774-83, 
fol. 411. 

Tennis, John, aet. 25 in 1653. Md. Arch., x, 289. 
Tent, Abigail, of Pr. George's oo., aet. 67 in 1736. I. E. no. 3, 
fol. 162. 

Terry, Thomas, of Cecil co., aet. 63 in 1716. P. L., fol. 484. 
Tettexsall, William, aet. 24 in 1661. Lib. S., fol. 1077. 

Tew, John, aet. 21 in 1648. Md. Arch., iv, 416. 

Theobald, William, aet. 25 in 1681 (deposition in Chas. co. 

case). Arch., xv, 403. 
Theobalds, William, aet. 46 in 1742. Chas. co., xxxix, 422. 
Thomas, George, aet. 45 in 1719, ib., xxxii, 58; aet. 68 in 1732, 

Chas. CO. ib., xxxvii, 159; aet. 63 in 1736, ib., xxxviii, 

294; aet. 65 in 1737, ib., 424. 
Thomas, James, aet. 33 in 1743, Chas. co., xxxix, 699; aet. 39 

in 1746, ib., xl, 618. 
Thomas, John, (Charles co.,) aet. 47 in 1729, Chas. co., xxxvi, 

346; aet. 54 in 1738, ib., xxxviii, 463; aet. 66 in 1738, 

ib., 636; aet. 60 in 1743, I. E. no. 6, fol. 331; (Capt. 

John) aet. 63 in 1743, acnrix, 614. 
Thomas, John, of Kent co., mariner, aet. 44 in 1762. D. D. 

no. J, fol. 242. 

Thomas, Col. Samuel, aet. 76 in 1743, xiv, 440; aet. 78 in 

1744, Kent co., xv, 226. 
Thomas, Susanna, aet. 59 in 1719. Chas. co«, xxxii, 68. 
Thomas, Thomas, of S^. Leonard's, aet. 34 in 1668. P. C. E. 

1668-1662, 48. 

Thomas, Thomas, of Kent co., planter, aet. 47 in 1762. B. I), 
no. J, foL 241. 



IKDEX TO CHAKCBET DEPOSITIONS, 1668-1Y89. 825 



Thomas, Trustram, aet. about Yl in 1Y88. Qu. A. co., E. T. 
no. 3, 202. 

Thomas, William, aet. 50 in 1719, Chas. co., xxxii, 50, 59; aet. 

50 in 1721, ib., 131; aet. 52 in 1721, ib., 127; aet. 54 in 

1727, ib., XXXV, 484. 
Thomas, William, (St Mary's co.,) aet. 37 in 1721. P. L., 

fol. 611. 

Thomas, William, dep. in 1772. W. K. no. 1, foL 139. 
Thompson, Anne, aet. 47 in 1754 (signs X). Qu. A. co., E. 
T. no. 1, 406. 

Thompson, Augustine, of Qu. A. co., aet. 41 in 1732. Qu. A. 

CO., K T. no. 1, 142. 
Thompson, Charles, of Dorchester co., planter, aet. 56 in 1738. 

I. R no. 3, fol. 444. 
Thompson, Christopher, of Pr. George's co., aet. 60 in 1730, 

I. E. no. 2, fol. 470. 
Thompson, Dowdall, of Qu. A. co., aet. 34 in 1754. Qu, A. 

CO., E. T. no. 1, 400. 
Thompson, Capt. Edward, of Harford co., dep. in 1788. S. 

H. H. no. C, fol. 453. 
Thompson, Capt. George, of St. Mary's co., aet. 65 in 1702. 

P. Co., fol. 334-491. 
Thompson, John, aet. 63 in 1726. Chas. co., xxxv, 397. 
Thompson, Mr. John, of Charles co., planter, dep. in 1730. I. 

E. no. 2, fol. 322-3. 
Thompson, Margaret, aet. 46 in 1714. P. L., fol. 18. 
Thompson, Eichard, Sen^., of Cecil co., aet. 80 in 1760. Prov. 

C*. , B. T. no. 4, 12B. 
Thompson, Eobert, aet. 36 in 1736. Chas. co., xxxviii, 197. 
Thompson, Thomas, of Chas. co., aet. 48 in 1730, Chas. co., 

xxxvi, 403; aet. 58 in 1741, Chas. co., xxxix, 242. 
Thompson, Thomas, Jun'^., aet. 21 in 1745. Chas. co., xl, 336. 
Thompson, William, aet. 50 in 1647. Md. Arch., iv, 354. 
Thompson, William, (Charles co.,) aet. 66 in 1721, P. L., fol. 

707; aet. 70 in 1725, ib., xxxv, 143; aet. 70 in 1729, ibid, 

347; aet. 73 in 1728, Chas. co., xxxvi, 194. 
2 



326 



MABYIiAJ7D MISTOBICAX^ 



Thompson, William, aet. 38 in 1743. Chas. co., xxxix, 620. 
Thorley, Benjamin, of Calvert co., aet. YO in 1Y06. P. 0., fol. 
542. 

Thorold, Rev, George, aet. 62 in 1Y34. Chas. co., xxxvii, 529. 
Thome, John, of Chas. co., aet. 35 in 1731, Chas. co., xxxvii, 

4; aet. 45 in 1742, ib., xxxix, 380. 
Thornton, John, of Talbot co., aet. 58 in 1772. 1774-83, fol. 

312. 

Tilden, Marmaduke, aet. 47 in 1761. Kent co., D. D. no. 1, 

612. 

Tilghman, James, of Qu. A. co., aet 64 in 1797. Qu. A. co., 

R T. no. 3, 312. 
Tilghman, Hon. Eichard, of Qu. A. co., aet. ab*. 60 in 1732. 

Qn. A. CO., E. T. no. 1, 136. 
Tilghman, Samuel, of London, mariner, aet. 40 + in 1660. 

Arch., iii, 387. 
Tillotson, James, aet. 70 in 1719. Chas. co., xxxii, 66. 
Tilly, Joseph, of A. A. co., aet. 70 in 1707. A. A. co., I. H. 

no. 3, 77. 

Timberly, Henry, of A. A. co., aet. 22 in 1668. Wills, i, 317. 
Tipton, Samuel, of Baltimore co., aet. 46 in 1757. D. D. no. 
2, fol. 182. 

Todd, Alexander, of A. A. co., planter, aet. 38 in 1775. W. 

E. no. 1, fol. 843. 
Todd, Charles, of A. A. co., planter, aet. 22 in 1751. I. E. no. 

5, fol. 930. 

Todd, Lancelot, Senior, of A. A. co., aet. 59 in 1775. W. K. 
no. 1, fol. 830. 

Todd, Margaret, A. A. co., aet. 50 in 1720. A. A. co., L T. 

no. 5, 48. 

Todd, Margaret, of A. A. co., aet. 17 in 1751. I. E. no. 5, 
fol. 937. 

Tompkins, Newman, aet. 29 in 1743. Chas. co,, xxxix, 666. 
Tompkinson, John, aet. 35 in 1652. Md. Arch., x, 219. 
Tomson, Charles, of Dorchester co., aet. 39 in 1719. P. L., 
fol. 582. 



imms. TO cHAisroEBY D»Po®iTioHs, 1668-1789. 827 



Tong, John, of St. Mary's oo., aet. 25 in 1683. 0. D., fol. 376. 
Tongue, Thomas, of A. A. co., aet. 39 in 1785. 1784-6, fol 
•505. 

Townsend, Joshua, (Worcester co.,) aet. 44 in 1788. S. H. H. 
no. 0, fol. 512. 

Traly, Susanna, of A. A. co., aet. 36 in 1705. P. 0., fol. 542. 
Travers, Elizabeth, (Dorchester co.,) aet. 76 in 1723. P. L., 
fol 973. 

Travers, Matthew, (Dorchester co.,) aet. 60 in 1732. I. E. 
no. 2, fol. 782. 

Travers, Capt. Thomas, aet. 78 in 1764. Dorch^ co., 0. 20, 13. 
Travers, William, aet. 60 in 1700. Dorch^. co., O. 5, 162. 
Trippett, Philip, (St. Mary's co.,) aet. 35 in 1717. P. L., fol. 
353. 

Troster, John, aet. 60 in 1678. Test. Proc., xi, 283. 
Troster, John, aet. 36 in 1656. Eec. Lanc^. co., Va. 
Trott, Thomas, (A. A. co.,) dep. in 1711. P. C, fol. 733. 
Trottman, Thomas, of Pr. George's co., aet. 66 in 1714. P. L., 
fol. 52. 

Tubman, Henry, of S*. Mary's co., aet. 29 in 1764, S*. M. co. 

Wills, T. A. no. 1, 547; aet. 30 in 1765, ibid, 547. 
Tucker, Thomas, of Calvert co., aet. 60 in 1711. P. 0., fol. 

731-47. 

Turbevile, George, of S*. Mary's co., gent., aet. 45 or 46 in 

1693. Arch., viii, 512. 
Turbutt, William, aet. 45 in 1729. Qu. A. co., R. T. no. 1, 98. 
Turner, Edward, aet. " about 20" in 1651, Md. Arch., 118 j 

aet. 22 in 1658, S., 116. 
Turner, Emma, (sister-in-law of Mr. James Langworth) aet. 

35 in 1661. Lib. S., fol. 1078. 
Turner, Henry, of Charles co., cooper, aet. 55 in 1713. P. L., 

fol. 15. 

Turner, John, of Pr. George's co., planter, aet. 44 in 1715. P. 
L., fol. 273. 

Turner, John, (Calvert co.,) aet. 25 in 1770. W. K. no. 1, 
fol. 243. 



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MAETLAKB .HISTOEIOAL MAGAZIKB. 



Turner, Samuel, aet. 60 in 1Y36. Ohas. co., xxxviii, 201. 
Turner, Thomas, of Talbot co., aet. 51 in 1YY2. 1TY4-83, fol. 
316. 

Turner, William, of A. A. co., planter, aet. 31 in 1Y35. I. E. 
no. 4, fol. 193, 

Turner, Zepaniole, (Charles co.,) dep. in 1Y8Y. S. H. H. no. 
C, fol. 43. 

Turpin, Solomon, of Somerset co., aet, 29 in 1Y24. I. E. no. 1, 
fol. 34. 

Turpin, William, of Somerset co., gent., aet. 62 in 1768. W. 

K. no. 1, fol. 201. 
Twilly, Eobert, of Somerset co., gent., aet. 41 in 1751. B. T. 

no. 1, fol. 86. 

Twisden, Levina, of St. Mary^s co., aet. 71 in 1721. P. L., 
fol. 749. 

Tyer, Alex^., see Eobinson, Eosanna. 

Tyler, Mr. Eobert, of P. G. co., aet. 53 in 1724/5, Hill Papers, 
15; aet. 59 in 1729, ib. P. G. co., Q., 233; aet. 64 in 
1735, P. G. CO., T., 286. 

Tyler, Mr. Eobert, (Pr. George's co.,) dep. in 1703. P. C, 
fol. 501. 

Tyler, Eobert, of Pr. George^s co., merchant, aet. 40 in 1715. 

P. L., fol. 272. 
Tyler, Eobert, gent., aet. 42 in 1714. P. L., fol. 26. 
Tyler, Eobert, (A. A. co.,) aet. 50 in 1722. P. L., fol. 744. 
Tyler, William, aet. 37 in 1745. P. G. co., B. B. no. 1, 328. 

Underwood, Anthony, aet. 25 in 1684. Arch., xvii, 333. 
Underwood, Mary, aet 23 in 1692/3. Balt<^. Co. Court Eec. 
Underwood, Mr. Thomas, of St. Mary's co., aet. 55 in 1736. 

L E. no. 3, fol. 25. 
Ungle, Eobert, of Talbot co.. Esquire, aet. 22 in 1693, Arch., 

viii, 562 ; aet. 53 in 1723, 1. E. no. 1, fol. 9-12. 
Unick, Thomas, aet. 53 in 1749, Kent co., xvi, 302 ; aet. 56 in 

1752, ib., xvii, 147. 



nrDEX TO CHAKCEEY DEPOfilTIOlS^S, 1668-1789. 329 



Vadry, John, of Charles co,, planter, aet. 70 in 1714. P. L., 
fol. 55. 

Valentine, George, (Annapolis,) aet. 47 in 1715. L., fol. 
266. 

Van Bibber, Abraham, of Baltimore co., Esquire, aet. 40 in 

1785. 1784-6, fol. 374. 
Van Bibber, James, of Cecil eo., gent., aet. 32 in 1723. P. L., 

fol. 959. 

Van Burkeloe, Herman, of Cecil co., gent., aet. 54 in 1716, 

and 60 in 1723. P. L., fol. 485-934. 
Van Burkeloe, William, of Cecil co., gent., aet. 59 in 1721. 

P. L., fol. 686. 

Van De Graft, Cornelius Cornelinson, [of Isle of Kent], aet. 

22 in 1649. Md. Arch., x, 18. 
Van Swear ingen, Joseph, (St. Mary^s co.,) aet. 35 in 1717. 

P. L., fol. 354. 

Van Swearingen, Mary, widow, aet. 48 in 1709. P. C, fol. 
614. 

Van Swearingen, Mary, of St. Mary's co., widow, aet. 39 in 

1722. P. L., fol. 877. 
Vansweeringen, Garret, of the City of S*. Mary's, gent., aet. 

48 in 1684, ib., v, 417; aet. 57 in 1693, Arch., viii, 511. 
Veitch, James, aet. 30 in 1658. P. 0. K. (1658-1662), 49. 
Veitch, Mary, Calv*. co., aet. 26 in 1666. P. P., 312. 
Villett, Peter, aet. 80 in 1732. Chas. co., xxxvii, 292. 
Venables, William, of Somerset co., gent., aet. 56 in 1768. W. 

K no. 1, fol. 198. 
Vynyeard, Abraham, aet. 37 in 1682/3. Chas. co., ix. 125. 

Wade, George, (Charles co.,) aet. 55 in 1716. P. L., fol. 322. 
Wade, John, aet. 53 in 1714. P. L., fol. 18. 
Wade, Mary, of Charles co., aet. 50 in 1713. P. L., foL 16. 
Wade, Richard, aet. 56 in 1721, Chas. co., xxxii, 127 ; aet. 62 

in 1725, ib., xxxr, 42 ; aet. 64 in 1727, ib,, xxxv, 484. 
Wade, Eobert, aet. 53 in 1757. P. G. co., P. P. 62^. 



330 



MABYUUSD HISTOBICAI. MAGAZHSTE. 



Wade, Kobert, aet. 60 in 1767. Chas. co., lix, 654 (mentions 

his brother Zephaniah Wade, living 40 years ago). 
Wade, Zachary, aet. 34 in 1661. Wills, i, 157. 
Wade, Zephaniah, aet. 40 in 1745. P. G. co., B. B. no. 1, 329. 
Waggate, Thomas, aet. 23 in 1649. Md. Arch., iv, 526. 
Waghop, Archibald, aet. 31 in 1658, P. C. K. (1658-1662), 

97; aet. 33 in 1660, Chas. cc, i, 86. 
Wahob, John, aet. 30 in 1661. Wills, i, 157. 
Wakefield, John, aet. 37 in 1742, Chas. co., xxxix, 507; aet. 

39 in 1744, ib., xl, 17; aet. 48 in 1753, ib., xlviii, 79; aet. 

48 in 1754, ib., xlviii, 324. 
Wales, George, aet. 58 in 1720, Chas. co., xxxii, 99. 
Walker, Charles, of Talbot co., aet. 28 in 1708/9. Wills, xii, 

345. 

Walker, Charles, aet. 55 in 1720. Chas. co., xxxii, 116. 
Walker, Charles, of Pr. George' s CO., planter, aet. 46 in 1714, 

and 48 in 1715, P. L., fol. 27, 274, 554; aet. 56 in 1729, 

P. G. CO., Q., 236; aet. 60 in 1729, ib., M., 440. 
Walker, George, aet. 54 in 1745. Chas. co., xl, 338. 
Walker, James, aet. 29 in 1647. Md. Arch., iv, 357. 
Walker, John, aet. 38 in 1720. Chas. co., xxxii, 95. 
Walker, John, of A. A. co., dep. in 1787. 1787-9, fol. 187. 
Walker, Mr. Eichard, of St. Mary's co., planter, dep. in 1693. 

P. C, fol. 293. 
Walker, William, aet. 64 in 1711. P. C, fol. 744. 
Walls, Alice, of Charles co., widow, aet. 54 in 1747. I. R. no. 

5, fol. 306. 

Walls, Alice, aet. 45 in 1738. Chas. co., xxxviii, 536. 
Walls, George, aet. 76 in 1738. Chas. co., xxxviii, 465. 
Walter, Christopher, aet. 12 or 13 in 1651. Md. Arcfi., x, 154. 
Walters, John, of A. A. co., dep. in 1699. P. C, fol. 428. 
Waltham, Mrs. Hannah, of Kent co., aet. 48 in 1724. I. E. 

no. 1, fol. 38. 
Walton, Francis, aet. 47 in 1653. Md. Arch., x, 289. 
Walworth, William, aet. 22 in 1653. Md. Arch., x, 305. 



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Warcope, Thomas, of Eent co., baker, aet SO in 1747. I. E. 
no. 5, fol. 423. 

Ward, Catharine, spinster (dau. of Jaines Ward), aet. 24 in 

1727. Chas. CO., xxxv, 491. 
Ward, Henry, aet. 60 in 1727. Chas. co., xxxv, 491. 
.Ward, James, (Calvert co.,) aet. 26 in 1710. W. E, no. 1, 

fol. 234. 

Ward, James, (Calvert co.,) aet. 35 in 1710. W. K. no. 1, 
fol. 274. 

Ward, Col. John, of Cecil co., aet. SO in 1721. P. L., foL 
684-949. 

Ward, John, (Calvert co.,) aet. 26 in 1770. W. K. no. 1, 
fol. 241. 

Ward, John, aet. 75 in 1733. Chas. co., xxxvii, 331. 
Ward, John, aet. 42 in 17S4. Chas. co., xlviii, 309. 
Ward, Rebecca, (Calvert co.,) aet. 35 in 1770. W. K. no. 1, 
fol. 231. 

Ward, Thomas, of St. Mary^s co., planter, aet. 26 in 1721. 
P. L., fol. S21. 

Ward, William, of Cecil co., gent., aet. 70 in 1716. P. L., fol. 
48S. 

Ward, William, of Charles co., aet. 71 or 72 in 1738, Chas. co., 
xxxviii, 497; aet 7S in 1742, ib., xxxix, 381; aet. 76 in 
1743, ib., xxxix, 567. 

Warder, William, aet. S7 in 1753. Chas. co., xlviii, 153. 

Wardlowe, Catherine, of Talbot co., aet. 40 in 1745. Wills, 
xxiv, 249. 

Ware, [Mr.] Francis, aet. 31 in 1726, ib., xxxv, 392; aet. 40 
in 1735, Chas. co., ib., xxxviii, 101; aet. 41 in 1736, ib., 
226. 

Ware, Col. Francis, (Charles co.,) dep. in 1787. S. H. H. no. 
C, fol. 39. 

Warfield, Alexander, (A. A. co.,) aet. 44 in 1722, P. L., fol. 
741 ; aet. 45 in 1723, Balto. co., I. S. no. G, 191 ; aet. near 
52 in 172«, A, A. co., I. B. no. 1, 4f ; " Capt. Alex. W." 



332 



MABirXAND HISTORICAL MAGAZHTE. 



aet. c. 53 in 1731, ib., 71; ''Capt. A. W. of A. A. qoJ' 
aet 58 in 1734, ib., 98. 
Warfield, Alexander, Jr., aet. 36 in 1745. A. A. co., I. B. no* 
1, 223. 

Warfield, Alexander, son of Eichard, aet. 33 in 1734, A. A. 

CO., I. B. no. 1, 95; aet. 44 in 1746, ib., 234-, aet. 65 in 

1767, ib., 683; aet. 57 in 1759, ibid., 509. 
Warfield, Mr. Joshua, aet. 52 in 1760. A. A. oo., I. B. no. 1, 

534. 

Warfield, Joshua, of A. A. co., aet. 37 in 1761. Wills, xxxi, 
462. 

Warfield, Eichard, (A. A. co.,), gent., aet. 46 in 1722, P. L., 
fol. 745 ; aet. 51 in 1726, A, A. co., I. B. no. 1, 16 ; aet. 
55 in 1731, ib., 69; aet. 69 in 1746, ib., 236. 

Warfield, Mr. Eichard, Jr., aet. 37 in 1734, A. A. co., I. B. no. 
1, 95; aet. 49 in 1746, mentions his uncle Alex^. War- 
field, Sen^., living 27 years ago, ib., 259; ^'Eich^. W.'' 
aet. 61 in 1759, ib., 509. 

Waring, Maj^. Francis, aet. 37 in 1752, P. G. co., N. IT., 64; 
aet. 42 in 1757, P. G. co., K N., 515. 

Waring, John, of Pr. George's co., aet. 44 in 1785. 1784-6, 
fol. 512. 

Waring, Capt. Sampson, aet. 39 in 1657, Arch., x, 553; aet. 

43 in 1661, Lib. S., 1008. 
Waring, Sara, wife of Sampson, aet. 31 in 1658. P. C. E. 

(1658-62), 121. 

Warman, Mary, Quaker (mentions her father, Andrew Eob- 
erts, deed), ^et. 75 in 1745. A. A. co., I. B. no. 1, 211. 

Warren, Catherine, aet. 53 in 1752, Chas. co., xlvii, 355 ; (dau. 
of James, Williams) aet. 53 in 1752, ib., 57. 

Warren, John, aet. 35 in 1653. Wills, i, 49. 

Warren, John, of Chas. co., gent, aet 21 in 1708. Wills, xii, 
286. 

Warren, Susan, widow, aet. 21 in 1652. Md. Arch., x, 176. 
Warren, Thomas, aet. 42 in 1752. Chas. co., xlvii, 354. 



immx TO CHAKCEET DBFeMBiTioirs, 1668-1789. 333 



Warren, Thomas, (St. Mary's co.,) aet. 40 in 1718. P. L., 
foL 466. 

Warren, William, aet. 24 in 1653. Wills, i, 44. 
Washington, Philip, (Baltimore co.,) aet. 50 in 1715. P. L., 
fol. 109. 

Wason, Elizabeth, (A. A. co.,) dep. in 1730. I. E. no. 2, 
fol. 102. 

Waterlin, Walter, aet. 40 in 1647. Md. Arch., iv, 370. 
Waters, Edward, of Somerset co., aet. 28 in I7i8. W. K. no. 
1, fol. 181. 

Waters, Edward, of Somerset co., gent., aet. 65 in 1772. 1774- 
83, fol. 366. 

Waters, Jacob, of Queen Ann^s co., mariner, aet. S4 in 1750. 

I. K. no, 5, fol. 843-99. 
Waters, Margaret, aet. 40 in 1726. Chas. co., xxxv, 243. 
Waters, Peter, of Somerset co., gent., aet. 27 in 1772. 1774- 

83, fol. 366. 

Waters, Eichard, of Somerset co., gent., aet. 44 in 1768. W. 

K. no. 1, fol. 195. 
Waters, William, of Somerset co., gent., aet. 32 in 1772. 1774- 

83, fol. 363. 

Wathen, Hudson, aet. 58 in 1752. Chas. co., xlvii, 58. 
, Wathen, John, aet. 44 in 1725. Chas. co., xxxv, 37. 
Watkins, Gassawaj, aet. 43 in 1738. A. A. co., I. B. no. 1, 117. 
Watkins, John, (St. Mary's co.,) aet. 38 in 1702. P. C, fol. 
486. 

Watkins, Mrs. Mary, aet. 38 in 1753 (mentions her father. Col. 

Codd). Kent co., xviii, 46. 
Watkins, Thomas, aet. 66 in 1760. A. A. co., L B. no. 1, 516. 
Watkins, Thomas, Junior, of A. A. co., aet. 32 in 1778. 1784-6, 

fol. 96. 

Watson, Andrew, aet. 30 in 1659. Chas. co., i, 56. 
Watson, James, aet. 41 in 1737. P. G. co., T., 506. 
Watson, John, of S*. Mary's co., aet. 35 in 1684. Arch., xvii, 
307. 



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Watts, Edward-Allison, of Baltimore co., farmer, aet. 35 in 

1785. S. H. H. no. 0, fol. 325. 
Watts, John, of A. A. co., planter, aet. 49 in 1Y41. Test. Proc, 

xxxi, 180. 

Watts, Peter, (St. Mary's co.,) aet. 47 in 1716. P. L., foL 468. 
Watts, Thomas, aet. 39 in 1716. P. L., fol. 468. 
Watts, Thomas, (St. Mary's co.,) aet. 38 in 1718. P. L., fol. 
365. 

Watts, William, (St. Mary's co.,) aet. 61 in 1721, P. L., foL 
611. 

Webb, James, of A. A. co., aet. 27 in 1751. I. E. no. 5, fol. 
865. 

Webb, John, of Somerset co., mariner, aet. 38 in 1768. W. K. 
no. 1. 

Webb, Martha, aet. 22 in 1651, Md. Arch., x, 149 ; aet. 22 in 
1652, ib., 177. 

Webster, Isaac, Junior, of Baltimore co., gent., aet. 28 in 1759. 

D, D. no. J, fol. 129. 
Webster, John, aet. 64 in 1730. Balto. co., H. W. S. no. 3, 94. 
Webster, John-Lee, (Harford co.,) dep. in 1788. S. H. H. no. 

0, fol. 454. 

Webster, Thomas, of Baltimore co., dep. in 1788. S. H. H. 
no. 0, fol. 432. 

Weems, David, (A. A. co.,) aet. 25 in 1730. I. E. no. 2, 
fol. 97. 

Weems, David, of A. A. co., aet. 34 in 1785. 1784-6, fol. 534, 
Weems, James, (A. A. co.,) aet. 23 in 1730. I. K. no. 2, 
fol. 98. 

Weems, John, of A. A. co., aet. 57 in 1785. 1784-6, fol. 555. 
Weems, Lock, aet. 25 in 1760. A. A. co., L B. no. 1, 515. 
Welch, Thomas, (Baltimore co.,) aet. 28 in 1722. P. L., fol. 
1016. 

Wells, George, (Charles co.,) aet. 76 in 1738. I. E. no. 5, fol. 
325. 

Wells, Humphrey, of Queen Ann's co., aet 42 in 1722, P. L., 
fol. 852; aet. 62 in 1742, Qu. A. co., E. T. no. 1, 234. 



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Wells, Mr. Joseph, (Frederick co.,) aet. 45 in 1786, S. H. H. 
no. C, fol. 164. 

Wells, Eichard [Calv^., or P. G. co.,] aet 48 in 1697. Test. 
Proc, xyi, 239. 

Wells, Eichard, (A. A. co.,) aet. 47 in 1785. 1784-6, fol. 496. 
Wells, Thomas, Senior, aet. 61 in 1714. P. L., fol. 27. 
Wells, Mr. Thomas, aet. 58 in 1738. A. A. co., I. B. no. 1, 121. 
Welsh, John, of A. A. co., aet. 57 in 1785. 1784-6, fol. 542. 
Wetheral, Henry, of Baltimore co., millwright, aet. 30 in 1759. 

D. D. no. J, fol. 139. 

Wetherell, Tho., aet. 47 in 1656. 0. K, 213. 
Wharton, Henry, (St. Mary's co.,) aet. 64 in 1738. I. E. no. 
4, fol. 111. 

Wharton, Jane, (St. Mary's co.,) aet. 50 in 1738. I. E. no. 4, 
fol. 114. 

Wheatley, Andrew, aet. 22 in 1674. Chas. co., v, 9. 
Wheateley, William, aet. 24 in 1647. Md. Arch., iv, 318. 
Wheeler, Mr. Benjamin, (Pr, George's co.,) dep. in 1713. P. 
L., fol. 17. 

Wheeler, Mr. Francis, (Pr. George's co.,) dep. in 1713. P. L., 
fol. 17. 

Wheeler, Francis, Senior, of Pr. George's co., planter, aet. 
between 50 and 60 in 1730, I. E. no. 2, fol. 468 ; aet. 60 
in 1731, P. G. CO., Q., 372; aet. ab*. 60 in 1732, P. G. co., 
Q., 486. 

Wheeler, James, aet. 60 in 1743, P. G. co., B. B. no. 1, 51; 

aet. 58 in 1742, ib., Y., 659. 
Wheeler, John, aet. 25 in 1658. Chas. co., i. 25. 
Wheeler, John, aet. 21 in 1652. Md. Arch., x, 226. 
Wheeler, Maj. John, aet. 61 in 1691. Chas. co., Lib. E., fol. 

275. 

Wheeler, Leonard, aet. 52 in 1743. Chas. co., xxxix, 620. 
Wheeler, Eichard, of Charles co., planter, aet. 47 in 1730. I. 

E. no. 2, fol. 454; aet. 48 in 1733, Chas. co., xxxvii, 332. 
Wheeler, Thomas, aet. 60 in 1721, Chas. co., xxxii, 122; aet. 

58 in 1719, ib., 69; aei 65 in 1726, ib., xxxr, 390, 



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886 



MABYIiANB HISTORICAL MAGAZOTE. 



Wheeler, William, aet. 50 in 1698. Arck, viii, 660. 
Wheeler, William, (Queen Ann's co.,) aet. 87 in 1728. P. L., 
fol. 856. 

Whiehaley (Wicherley), Elizabeth, aet. 46 in 1719, Chas. eo., 

xxxii, 66; aet. 46 in 1721, ib., 122. 
Whiehaley, Francis, aet. 66 in 1738. Chas. co., xxxviii, 528. 
Whiehaley, Thomas, of Charles Co., aet. 45 in 1701. Wills, 

xi, 220. 

Whichcot, Pane, of Kent co., planter, aet. 45 in 1762. D. D. 

no. J, fol. 243. 

White, James, (Charles co.,) aet. 67 in 1710. P. C, fol. 714. 
White, James, of St. Mary's co., planter, aet. 56 in 1737. I. 

E. no. 4, fol. 23. 
White, John, of Somerset co., merchant, aet. 48 in 1751. B. 

T. no. 1, fol. 90. 
White, Joseph, (A. A. co.,) aet. 85 in 1722. P. L., fol. 741. 
White, Richard, of Talbot co., aet. 80 in 1718-4. P. L., fol. 

21-46. 

White, Samuel, of Queen Ann's co., mariner, aet. 30 in 1751. 

I. R. no. 5, fol. 863. 
White, William, aet. 86 in 1658/9. Chas. co., i, 48. 
Whiteacre, Joseph, (Dorchester co.,) aet. 89 in 1724. P. L., 

fol. 1067. 

Whitehead, Hannah, of A. A. co., dep. in 1734. I. R. no. 4, 
fol. 210. 

Whitely, Arthur, (Dorchester co.,) aet. 78 in 1780. I. R. no. 
1, fol. 318. 

Whitney, Thomas, of Somerset co., ship-carpenter, aet. 50 in 

1768. W. K no. 1, fol. 199. 
Whitter, William, aet. 57 in 1735. Chas. co., xxxviii, 101. 
Whittington, John, of Kent co., aet. 40 in 1699. Test. Proc, 

xviii, 27. 

Whittington, Mr. John, (Queen Ann's co.,) aet. 60 in 1714. 

P. L., fol. 105. 
Whittington, Mr. John, aet. 70 in 1721. P. L., fol. 573. 



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337 



Whittington, Col. William, of Somerset co., aet 64 in 1714. 
K L., fol. 41. 

Wickes, Joseph, aet. 54 in 1773 (says lie ran survey, &c.). 

Kent CO., xxiii, 253. 
Wickes, Joseph, aet. 37 in 1657. Xent co., Lib. B., Court Proc. 
Wickes, Simon, aet. 30 in 1775. Kent co., xxiv, 86. 
Wickham, Nathaniel, Sen'^., of P. G. co., aet. 71 in 1730, Hill 

Papers, 25 ; aet. 82 in 1739, P. G. co., Y., 110. 
Wigg, Richard, of A. A. co., planter, aet. 80 in 1720. P. L., 

fol. 675. 

Wight, Isle of, aet. 29 in 1753. P. Q. co., N. N., 136. 

Wight, John, aet. 39 in 1753 (ment^ father, Mr. John Wight, 
living 30 years ago, and his (deponeni's) uncle, James 
Greenefild; also his mother, Mrs. Anne Wight), P. G. co., 
N. H"., 134; aet. 53 in 1767, P. G. co., B. B. no. 2, 119. 

Wilder, John, aet. 61 in 1754. Ohas. CO., xlviii, 324. 

Wilkins, William, of Annapolis, gent., aet. 40 in 1748. I. K. 
no. 5, fol. 729. 

Wilkinson, Elizabeth, aet. 43 or 44 in 1752. Chas. co., xlvii, 
354. 

Wilkinson, Eev. William, aet. 50 in 1652, Md. Arch., x, 174; 

aet 50 " or thereabout in 1657, ib., 552. 
Willan, Eichard, aet. 30 in 1651. Md, Arch., x, 147. 
Willcox, Philip, (Charles co.,) aet. 73 in 1738. I. R. no. 5, 

fol. 325. 

Willet, Ninian, aet. 58 in 1759, ib., E. E., 80; aet. 68 in 1769, 

P. G. CO., A. A., 186. 
Williams, Aaron, (Calvert oo.,) aet 70 in 1770. W. K., no. 

1, fol. 253. 

Williams, Aaron, Junior, (Calvert co.,) aet. 36 in 1770. W. 

K. no. 1, fol. 257. 
Williams, Basil, (Cecil co.,) aet. 42 in 1788. S. H. H. no, C, 

fol. 130. 

Williams, Easter (sister-in-law of Justinian & Thos. Williams), 
aet. 36 in 1752. Chas. co., xlvii, 57. 



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Williams, Ennion, of Talbot co., aet. 40 in 1711. P. C, fol. 
766. 

Williams, Hem*y, of Queen Ann's co., aet. 43 in 1711. P. 0., 
foL 763.. 

Williams, Jacob, (St. Mary's co.,) aet. 39 in 1721. P. L., 
fol. 664. 

Williams, James, Chas. co. See Warren, Catherine. 
Williams, James, of Kent co., aet 43 in 1699. Test. Proc, 
xviii, 25. 

Williams, John, (Pr. George's co.,) aet. 38 in 1716. P. L., 
fol. 277. 

Williams, Mr. John, (A. A. co.,) aet. 78 in 1733. I. R. no. 2, 
fol. 748. 

Williams, John, of Kent co., planter, aet. 31 in 1737. I. R. 
no. 3, fol. 186. 

Williams, Matthew, (Queen Ann's co.,) aet. 46 in 1723. P. L., 
fol. 1013. 

Williams, Robert, of Cecil co., farmer, aet. 57 in 1763. D. 

D. CO. J, fol. 370. 

Williams, D^. Thomas, see Porman, Mrs. Deborah. 

Williams, William, of Chas. co., aet. 33 in 1719, ib., xxxii, 

69; aet. 44 in 1729, xxxvi, 364; aet. 46 in 1730, ib., 474; 

aet. 46 in 1731, ib., xxxvii, 44. 
Williams, William, (A. A. co.,) aet. 70 or 80 in 1712. P. C, 

fol. 868. 

Williamson, John, of Kent co., gent., aet. 30 in 1747. 1. E. 
no. 6, fol. 422. 

Williamson, Mr. Samuel, of St. Mary's co., aet. 55 in 1714, 
and 71 in 1728. P. L., fol. 61-236, and I. R no. 1, fol. 
207. 

Williamson, Thomas, of Annapolis, gent., aet. 26 in 1749. I. 

E. no. 5, fol. 775. 

Willit, Charles, aet. 23 in 1746. Chas. co., xl, 336. 
Willoce, Philip, aet. 73 in 1738. Chars, co., xxxviii, 465. 
Willoughby, WiUiajn, of Doreh'^. co., aet, 80 in 1704. T. L., 
781. 



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Willowby, William, of Dorchester co., bricklayer, aet. 8Y in 
1710 and 88 in lYll. P. C, fol. 651, 764, 852. 

Willson, Edward, of P. G. co., aet. S8 in 1730. Hill Papers, 
27, 

Willson, Jonathan, aet. 28 in 1743. Ohas. co., xxxix, 617. 
Willson, Eichard, aet. 45 in 1719. Ohas. co., xxxii, 56. 
Wilmer, Lambert, Junior, of Kent co,, joiner, aet. 20 in 1747. 

I. K. no. 5, fol. 427. 
Wilmer, Mrs. Hose, of Kent co., aet. 40 in 1762. D. D. no. 

J., fol. 238. 

Wilmer, Simon, aet. 25 in 1775. Kent co., xxiv, 133', 

Wilmer, Mr. Simon, aet. 44 in 1732, ib. 250; aet. 45 in 1732, 
ib., J. S. Wo. 16, 246; aet. 49 in 1735, Kent co., J. S. no. 
18, 199. 

Wilmer, William, aet. 58 in 1769. Kent co., xxii, 195. 
Wilmer, William, aet. 35 in 1746, Kent 

in 1748, ib., xvi, 141. 
Wilmot, John, aet. 48 in 1730, ib., H. W. S. no. 3, 98; aet. 

53 in 1736, ib., 33; aet. 54 in 1737, Balto. co., ib., H. W. 

S. no. 4, 21; aet. 54 in 1737, ib., 51; " Sen', " aet. 67 in 

1746, ib., 143. 

Wilmott, Mr. Jolm, (A. A. co.,) aet. 36 in 1732, I. R no. 2, 

fol. 390; aet. 62 in 1759, A. A. co., I. B. no. 1, 492. 
Wilson, David, of Somerset co., aet. 86 in 1772. 1774-83, fol. 

374. 

Wilson, Denwood, of Somerset co., aet. 32 in 1772. ' 1774-83, 
fol. 376. 

Wilson, Elizabeth, of A. A. co., aet. 39 in 1706. P. 0., fol. 582. 
Wilson, Ephraim, of Somerset co., gent., aet, 56 in 1723. P. 
L., fol. 984. 

Wilson, Ephraim, of Somerset co., gent., aet. 46 in 1772. 

1774-83, fol. 370. 
Wilson, George, gent., aet. 50 in 1746. Kent co., xv, 400. 
Wilson, James, of Talbot co., aet. 60 in 1772. 1774-83, fol. 

308. 



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MAMY1,ANJ) HISTOBICAX. MAGAZIITE. 



Wilson, John, of Somerset co., planter, aet. 49 in 1Y38. I. E. 
no, 3, fol. 443. 

Wilson, Jonathan, (Charles co.,) aet. 28 in 1Y43. I, E. no. 
5, fol. 331. 

Wilson, Mr, Levin, of Somerset co., aet. 54 in 1788. S. H. H. 
no. 0, fol. 549. 

Wilson, Lingan, Sen^ , aet. 6Y in 1Y69. P. G. co., A. A., 134. 

Wilson, Mary, widow, aet. 54 in 1757 (mentions her father-in- 
law, Daniel Pearce). Kent co., xviii, 363. 

Wilson, Eobert, aet. 30 in 1658. Ohas. co., i, 38. 

Wilson, Samuel, of Somerset co., gent., aet. 37 in 1772. 1774- 
83, fol. 378. 

Winchester, Catherine, Talbot co., dep. in 1699. P. C, fol. 
504. 

Winchester, John, aet. 36 in 1653. Wills, i. 

Winchester, Mr. William, Senior, (Frederick co.,) dep. in 

1783. S. H. H. no. C, fol. 159. 
Wind, Daniel, aet. 21 in 1663. B. B., 258. 
Winder, Mary, of Somerset co., aet. 48 in 1772. 1744-83, fol. 

381. 

Windsor, Ignatius, aet. 23 in 1742. Chas. co., xxxix, 469. 
Windsor, James, of Somerset co., planter, aet. 82 in 1723. P. 

L., fol 1095. 

Windsor, Thomas, aet. 44 in 1733, Chas. co., xxxvii, 334; aet. 
53 in 1743, Chas. co., xxxix, 701; aet. 63 in 1744, ib., 
xl, 2^2. 

Winn, John, Sen^., aet. 65 in 1745. Chas. co., xl, 337. 
Winsett, Teresia, of St. Mary's co., aet. 25 in 1730. I. E. no. 
1, fol. 311. 

Winter, Walter, aet. 46 in 1727, ib., xxxv, 491; aet. 60 in 

1732, Chas. CO., xxxvii, 241. 
Wise, Abigail, of Talbot co., aet. 69 in 1712, and 80 in 1722. 

P. C, fol. 873 and P. L., fol. 846. 
Wittenton, William, Senior, (Calvert co.,) aet. 63 in 1712. 

P. C, fol. 876. 
Wood, Abraham, aet. 34 in 1742. Chas. co., xxxix, 381. 



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Wood, Molly, (Calvert co.,) aet. 33 in 1Y71. W. K no. 1, 
fol. 270. 

Wood, Peter, aet. 53 in 1Y52. Chas. co., xlvii, 60. 
Wood, Kiehard, (Frederick co.,) dep. in 1783. S. H. H. no. 
0, fol. 150. 

Wood, Thomas, of Kent co., butcher, aet. 38 in 1735. Wills, 
xxi, 698. 

Wood, Zebedee, of A. A. co., aet. 35 in 1785. 1784-6, fol. 541. 
Woods, Ambrose, of Talbot co., planter, aet. 29 in 1722. P. 
L., fol. 845. 

Woods, William, of Talbot co., planter, aet. 31 in 1722. P. 
L., fol. 843. 

Woodin, John, of A. A. co., aet. 38 in 1723. P. L., fol. 1013. 
Woodward, John, aet. 44 in 1721. Ohas. co., xxxii, 123. 
Woodyard, John^ aet. 43 in 1719, ib., 68; aet. 44 in 1719, ib., 

xxxii, 67 ; aet. 48 in 1725, ib., xxxv, 44; aet. 55 in 1731, 

Chas. CO., xxxvii, 44. 
Woodyard, Eichard, aet. 43 in 1726. Chas. CO., xxxv, 298. 
Woolfordj James, of Dorchester co.j gent., aet. 50 in 1730, 

Dorch''. CO., O. 8, 405 (styled Capt. James Woolford) ; aet. 

51 in 1730, I. K. no. 1, fol. 321. 
Woolfordj Levin, of Somerset co., aet. 35 in 1768, and 38 in 

1772. W. K no. 1, fol. 191, and 1774-83, fol. 361-7. 
Woolford, Mary-Ann, of Somerset co., aet. 25 in 1772. 1774- 

83, fol. 368. 

Woolford, Koger, (Dorchester co.,) aet. 33 in 1706. P. 0., 
fol. 525. 

Wooters, Eichard, (Talbot co.,) dep. in 1710. P. C, fol. 666. 
Wootton, Mr. Turner, (A. A. co.,) aet 36 in 1732. I. E. no. 2, 
fol. 380. 

Wootton, Turner, aet. 52 in 1748. P. G. co., E. E., 712; E. 
B. no. 2, 680. 

Wootton, Turner, of Pr. George's co., aet. 30 in 1744. I. E. 
no. 4, fol. 566. 

Worland, John, aet. 50 in 1737, Chas. co., xxxviii, 424; aet. 
58 in 1744, ib., xl, 187. 



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Worrell, Simon, aet. 39 in 1769. Eent co., xxii, 199. 
Worthington, Brice-Thomas-Beale, of A. A. co., gent., aet. 39 

in 1767. W. K. no. 1, fol. 19. 
Worthington, John, aet. 72 in 1761. A. A. co., I. B. no. 1, 569. 
Worthington, Nicholas, of A. A. co., gent., aet. 33 in 1768. 

1774-83, fol. 22. 
Worthington, Mr. Thomas, of A. A. co., aet. 30 in 1722, and 

47 in 1738. P. L., fol. 747, and I. E. no. 4, fol. 258. 
Wrench, William, (Queen Ann's co.,) aet. 45 in 1723. See 

Wright, Margaret. P. L., fol. 1013. 
Wright, Gowan, of Somerset co., gent, aet. 35 in 1768. W. K. 

no. 1, fol. 188. 

Wright, Henry, of Pr. George's co., aet. 63 in 1744. I. E. no. 
4, fol. 565. 

Wright, Henry, of Qu. A. co., aet. ab*. 45 in 1726. Qu. A. co., 

E. T. no. 1, 51. 
Wright, Margaret, (dau. W"^. Wrench), aet. 60 in 1755, was 

formerly wife of John Chaires. Qu. A. co., E. T. no. 1, 

436. 

Wright, Mr. Nathan, Sen^., of Qu. A. co., aet. 40 in 1750. Qu. 

A. CO., E. T. no. 1, 358. 
Wright, Nathan, of Qu. A. co., aet. ab*. 50 in 1765. Qu. A. 

CO., E. T. no. 2, 135. 
Wright, Nathan, Jr., aet. 35 in 1754. Qu. A. co., E. T. no. 1, 

414. 

Wright, Nathaniel, aet. ab*. 54 in 1754. Qu, A. co., E. T. 
no. 1, 391. 

Wright, Samuel, (Queen Ann's co.,) aet. 24 in 1715. P. L., 
fol. 262. 

Wright, Solomon, (Talbot co.,) aet. 60 in 1715. P. L., fol. 289. 
Wright, Thomas Hynson, of Qu. A. co., aet. 42 in 1729/30, Qu. 

A. CO., E. T. no. 1, 99; aet. ab*. 43 in 1731, ib. 131; aet. 

44 in 1732, ib., 138; aet. 45 in 1732, ib., 141; aet. 47 in 

1735, ib., 185; aet. 49 in 1736, ib., 191; aet. 52 in 1739, 

ib. 213. 

Wright, Thomas, aet. 35 in 1677. Wills, v, 181. 



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Wright, Thomas, of Chas. co., aet. 48 in 1Y29, Chas. co., xxxvi, 
2YT; aet. 49 in 1730, ib., 474; aet. 50 in 1731, ib., 
xxxvii, 44; aet. 62 in 1743, ib., xxxix, 667; aet. 64 in 
1745, ib., xl, 346; aet. 65 in 1745, ib., xl, 398; aet. 71 
in 1752, ib., xlvii, 212. 

Wrightly, Arthur, of Dorchester co., aet. 60 in 1719. P. L., 
fol. 581. 

Wroth, Kichard, aet. 32 in 1664. B. B., 271. 

Yates, Charles, aet. 44 in 1736. Chas. co., xxxviii, 222. 
Yates, Martin, (St. Mary's co.,) aet. 49 in 1715. P. L., fol. 238. 
Yates, Kobert, of Chas. co., aet. 30 in 1686. Md. Arch., v, 474. 
Yates, Eobert, aet. 30 in 1720. Chas. co., xxxii, 83. 
Yates, Capt. Kobert, aet. 40 in 1725, Chas. co., xxxv, 41 ; (Maj. 

Kobert) aet. 53 in 1742, ib., xxxix, S07. 
Yoe, Mary, (Calvert co.,) aet. 57 in 1770. W. K. no. 1, foL 

260-4. 

Youll, Thomas, aet. 40 in 1655 (depos^. 1655, 10/1, mentions 
" father Sturman ^'). Kec. Westm^. co., Va. 

Young, Mrs. Anna, of Pr. George^s co., aet. 38 in 1748. I. R. 
no. 5, fol. 747. 

Young, George, Senior, of Calvert co., gent, aet. 60 in 1711-13. 

P. C, fol. 749, and P. L., fol. 19. 
Young, Henry, of Calvert co., aet. 37 in 1724. (depos^ 13 

Jany.). Wills, Lib. 18, fol. 311. 
Young, John, of A. A. co., planter, aet. 77 in 1736. I. R no. 

3, fol. 486. 

Young, Joshua, of A. A. co., planter, aet. 55 in 1775. W. K. 
no. 1, fol. 844. 

Young, Michael, (Baltimore co.,) aet. 50 in 1714. P. L., fol. 103. 
Young, Parker, (Calvert co.,) aet. 55 in 1770. W. K. no. 1, 
fol. 235. 

Young, Kichard, (Calvert co.,) aet.*46 in 1770. W. K. no. 1, 
fol. 264. 

Young, Sarah, of S*. Mary's co., aet. 27 in 1665. Test. Proc, 
i, 47. 

Yowell, Thomas, aet. 30 in 1674. K^c. Westm^ co., Va. 



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PEOPLE OF EARLY CHAELES COUNTY. 
Contributed by Louis Dow Scisoo- 



The recent completion of a detailed index to the Society's 
photostat copy of Liber A of the Charles County court records 
makes it possible to give the following epitome of personal 
references in the old record book. This liber was originally a 
mercantile account book and it still retains six pages of the 
accounts entered in it by its first owner. Apparently he was 
some trader in Barbadoes, or possibly Bermuda; for the commo- 
dities in which he dealt are such as belong to the West Indies, 
rather than to Maryland. The last of these account entries 
was made in 1651. Seven years later the book was certainly in 
Maryland. Clerk George Thompson began the entry of Charles 
County records on June 1, 1658, and was yet the clerk when the 
final entries were made in December, 1662. With exception of 
some months in 1660 when Thomas Lomax was clerk the entire 
liber is in Thompson's handwriting. Both clerks used the old- 
time script, which is to-day unreadable to the average person. 
The people who are mentioned in the following list were for the 
most part actual residents of the county, but with them appear 
absentee land owners, transient river traders, visiting collectors 
and creditors, merchants of the adjacent county, and witnesses 
of papers executed outside the county. 

Addames, Henry, resident at Portobacoo, was owner of livestock, master 
of servants, quorum member of county court, feoffee in trust for tlie 
heirs of Governor Greene. Mary, his wife, Wfas once subpoenaed for 
testmnony. 

Alkock, Thomas, is once menti(»ied in teetimcmy as knowing of c^tain 
facts in dispute. 

Allanson, Thomas, born about 1638, owned livestock, had land at Matta- 
wonmn Creek and on Potomac River, served on juries, witnessed papers, 
tefttified in court, and prepared for a voyage to England. 

Allen: Thomas Allen owned livestock and in 1661 was deemed in danger 
of hanging for anti-proprietary politics. William Allen owned live- 
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Anthonie : Simon Anthonie's estate, represented by iJuB AdministraJx)r, made 
suit, details not being stated. 

Ashbrook: John Ashbrook, born about 1623^ had some minor transactions 
and testified in court. His wife Rose, born about 1641, also was wit- 
ness in court. Tho!rQjfts Ashbroc^, brotiker of John, was Involved in 
debt suits. 

Assitor, William, twice entered suit for debts claimed to be due to him. 

Atwicks, Humphrey, perhaps had lan inn, for the county court met at his 
place, which seems to have been at Wicomico River. He had a dozen 
minor debt suits and o^vTled land. Elizabeth Atwicks, probably his 
wife, twice appeared as a court witness. Grace and Elizabeth, Jr., 
probably daughters, were donees of cattle. 

Ayliffe, William, newly c<Hne from Virginia, was arrested for repeating 
false rumors but ^ound not to be the originator of them. 

Baker, Thomas, planter, largely involved in suits in 1668, was partner 
of William Empson and acquired livestock and servants. In 1661 
he was made a member of the court. He adopted the orphan child of 
his deceased partner. Rousing enmity by charges of hog stealing he 
became the object of protracted and venomous attexsks and ooimter- 
charges. 

Banks, Richard, apparently of St. Marys, owned a runaway servant who 

fled to 2achary Wade, son-in-ktw of Banks. 
Baptista, John, free man from Barbary, was employed by Sknon Oversee 

and then worked crops on shares. He sued for his share of the crop 

raised and later was sued by others for debts. 
Barber, ^ — , signed as witness to the letter of attorney giv^ by 

a ship captain to his local agent. 
Barton: William Barton, Jr., owned livestock, acquired land at Wicomico 

Kiver, land registered the births of his children "Grace and William. 

He was brother-in-law of Thomas Smoote. 
Batcheler, Francis, born about 1636, "brother" of Samuel Parker, was 

sheriff in 1661, owned livestock and sometimes acted as attorney 

for others. 

Battin: Capt. William Battin, born about 1619, was merchant and resi- 
dent at Pickawaxen, frequently entering suits for debts due him. In 
1660 he sat twice as member of court. Margerie, his widow, in li62 
made the ex-governor, Capt. Fendall, her attorney for settling the 

estate. 

Beane: Walter Beane, member of the court, appeared in a large number 
of business matters. Eleanor, his wife, twice testified in court, His 
daughter Edith received cattle and spoons by formal gift. 

Beckwith, George, appears once, as witness to & lease of land at F<»:tobacoo 
Creek. 

Belaine, Jolm, planter, owned 300 acres on Wicomico River and served 
on trial jury. 

Belcher, Thomas, twice sued a man for debt and was mentioned as credited 
with payments to the sheriff, probably for tax@i. 



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Benham: Matthew Benham owned livestock. Margaret, born about 1641, 
once appeared las witness in court. 

Bennet, Thomas, appeared only as attorney filing a debt suit. He was 
probably from outside the county. 

Birtch, Robert, seryant boy, waa brought into court to Imve his age ad- 
judged for defined service period. 

Black: John Black was witness to a letter of attorney. George Black 
was credited with a tax payment. 

Blackwood, John, born about 1627, owned livestock and twice testified in 
court cases. 

Blakiston, John, twice witnessed papers for a merchant of St. Marys and 

probably lived at that place. 
Borman, William, was patentee of 300 acres at Av<m River but sold the 

land and removed to St. Marys. 
Bostocke, Anne, was sued for debt but successfully pleaded covert baron 

in evasion of the issue. 
Bote or Bott, Richard, mariner, sued his captain for seaman's wages but 

lost because he had been hired by a Rhode Island man. 
Bowles: Edward Bowles appeared in a several minor transactions and is 

mentioned as selling a servant. John Bowles owned livestock and 

served on presentment jury. William Bowles, nephew of John, owned 

livestock, served on tri-al jury, attadied a, debtor's goods, and had 

a suit wiih hi& hired amn. 
Bowlin, James, owned livestock and served on jury for presentment of 

oifences. 

Bradshow: George Bradshow, alias Scales, was sued for medical fees, 

served on juries, testified as witness, and acted as attorney. 
Branson, Ann, born about 1642, seems to hjave been a servant girl with 

the Morris family and was called to testify in court. 
Brent, Margaret, born about 1639, was maid servant in the Marshall family 

and testified about a cattle bargain which she had overheard. 
Bremt(Hi, William, merchant of Newport, Rhode Island, hired certain seamen 

who voyaged to Maryland and, when the voyage was ended, sought to 

m^e their captain pty th^r w«gefi. 
Britton: William Br it ton, gent., "summoned a nmn to court for debt. 

Lionel Britton, usually called "Lion," testified in court and was in 

some minor affairs. 
Brooke, Baker, member of the provincial council, is mentioned as such 

in an excerpt of a council order. 
Browne: William Browne appeiared as plaintiff filing a suit. John Browne, 

planter, owned livestock, served on juries, signed papers as witness, 

and had transient interest in land beyond Nanjemoy Creek. Little 

Browne is once mentioned as an undersheriff on the Virginia side. 
Buckner, John, probably nonresidmt^ was witness to a bill of debt made 

by a casual sloop captain. 



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Bud, Katherine, caane from Accomac, Va. She once signed a paper aa 
witness but attained far more space in the record when chained with 
immoral conduct. 

Burges, John, having come to the colony as servant, was brought before 

the court to bave his service period lad judged. 
Burrows, Nathaniel, made appearance only in a suit for debt, 
Butteridge, John, successfully carried on a suit against his late employer 

for wage settlement. 
Cabell, John, born about 1636, testified once in court and on two other 

occasions was subpoenaed to be a witness. 
Cadge, John, was for a time a member of the court but made no other 

appearances. Anne, probably his wife, testified in a suit. 
Caine, John, born about 1619, was owner of livestock and partner of Simon 

Oversee. He was frequently involved in suits and had service on a 

trial jury. 

Calvert: The name of the proprietor Cecil Oalvert is used conventionally 
on official papers. Philip Calvert, as secretary and later as governor, 
signed various papers and twice sat in county court. Charles Oalvert, 
as governor, signed two official papers. 

Carnell, Christopher, died in 1661 or 1662, leaving a will which made his 
daughter Elizabeth a legatee under guardianship. 

Carpinder, Thomas, once sued for wages and afterwards is mentioned as 
a seller of cattle. 

Carr, Peter, born about 1625, testified as to a bargain for sale 0)f cattle 

and is also mentioned as an owner of livestock. 
Causeane: Mr. Causeane is mentioned as having buried his valuables 

during the tmsettled times when the Severn fight took place. Mrs. 

Causeane is mentioned as owning hogs. 
Ceeley: Maj. Thomas Ceeley was a Virginian creditor who sued in the 

county by an agent. 
Chadworth: Capt. Chadworth, apparently a nonresident, filed a suit by 

attorney. 

Chandler, Job, of Portobacoo^ was a leading planter, owning l«ands and 
once sitting in tiie court. His wife Anne, being widowed, married Col. 
iGerrard Foukes, who, by donation deed, made division of some of the 
Chandler livestock among N'ancy, William, and Kichard, children of 
Job. 

Cherman, John, had many suits, owned livestock, served on jury, and 
owned land at Avon River. Elizabeth appears as an owner of live- 
stock. 

Chowne, Thomas, was declared non compos mentis, his property placed in 
custody, and a trade he had made was reversed by court order. 

Clarke: Robert Clarke, formerly provincial surveyor, sat once in court and 
filed deed of a horse to his wife. Jane, his wife, appears as livestock 
owner. John Clarke, gent., son of Robert, conveyed 600 acres at Wi- 
comico River. Another John Olarke is mentioned as a cornfield 
laborer. Mary Clarke was a nmidservant who«e s«le was recorded. 



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Clemence, William, apparently «,n outsider, was sued for debt and attach- 
ment was issued against tobacco owed to him. 

Clifton, Stephen, waa witness to a conveyance of land. 

Ooatlow, George, twice filed suits against the Barbary man for debts 
owed by the latter. 

Cockshoote, Jane, was a livestock owner and was twice subpoenaed as 
court witness. 

Codwell: William Codwell, born about 1632, owned livestock, served on 
trial jury, and testified in court. Margaret, probably his wife, is 
mentiioned as quarreling with the hired man. William, Jr., presumably 
a son> was presented with a cow and the gift recorded. 

Cole, Kobert, had a suit over land and another over debt. Thotxuis Cole 
owned land at Mattawoman Creek. 

Cooke: Michael Cooke once sat as member of county court in 1659, and 
is described as "eiusdem provinciae classis ductor tertius." He does 
not appear elsewhere in the county record nor in the published pro- 
vincial records. Edward Cooke was defendant in a filed suit. Miles 
Cooke, mariner, of England, gave a letter of attorney for certain 
business. 

Coomes, Philip, made appearance only as a witness to a conveyance of 
land. 

Cooper, Joseph, an abs^t debtor, left goods against which an attachment 
was issued. 

Cordin, Bi chard, appeared as attorney for another, was defemdant in 

a debt suit, and was accused of forgery. 
Cotterill, Walter, testified in an employee's suit for wages and twice filed 

inconsequential suits. 
Couant or Covant, Abraham, signed as witness to a letter of attorney. 
Courts, John, owned land at Wicomico River and several times sued for 

debts due to him. 

Covell, Richard, mariner, sold a servant whose service time, the buyer 
asserted, was less than had been represented, for which reason suit was 
brought. 

Crjrford, William, appears only -as witness signing a land conveyance. 
Crakson, Thomas, born about 1639, appeared several times as a witness in 

court suits and once served on trial jury. 
Cremer, Randall or Randolph, testified as to a bargain for labor and 

also was witness to a business agreement. 
Crouch, Ralph, appeared once as plaintiff filing a suit. 
Crowe: Mr. Crowe was listed among some creditors who hftd been paid 

on behalf of various debtors. 
Dalty or Dolty, €reorge, is mentioned as former owner of certain land at 

Portobacco. 

Daniell, John, was notary who certified the copy of a royal letter and 
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Darline, Thomas, failed to meet certain debts and an attachment was 

issued against his chattels. 
Deanc, Edward, planter, owned livestock and 300 acres at Avon River, 

one-half of each being conveyed by him to another, probably for 

plantation partnership. 
Delahay, John, born about 1G23, was patentee of 150 acres at Powter 

Creek which he sold, taking a half -share in 600 acres elsewhere. 

He owned livestock and had debt suits. His wife Jane, borne about 

1629, testified in court suits. 
Deyngle, John, was subpoenaed as witness in a court suit. 
Dickison: Jeremiah Dickison or Dickinson owned livestock and signed 

papers as witness. Jerome Dickison, who witnessed a conveyance of 

land, was perhaps the same person. 
Dobson, Samuel, planter, born about 1628, owned livestock and had some 

serviants, recorded gifts of cattle, and was miade attorney to settle 

debts of another. 

Dodd: Richard Dodd, born dbout 1633, owned livestock, served on juries, 
testified in court, and shared in an arrangement for an orphan's 
support. His wife Mary, born about 1637, also had livestock and 
testified in court. His child Mary received a cow as gift. 

Dodman, John, of Westmoreland County, Virginia, twice sued in the 
county court to collect debts. 

Donding, Hugh, witnessed a bill of debt made by a sloop captain and 
was probably an outsider. 

Dorrington, Nicholas, was witness to an agreement for the employment 
of a cooper. 

Doscoolah, Martin, apparently an alien^ appears oely as witness to a 
bill of debt. 

Doughtie: Rev. Francis Doughtie was minister of a frontier church and 
later left for a parish at Rappahannock, Virginia. His son Enoch, 
born about 1639, remained in the colony and was an owner of livestock. 

Douglas, John, born about 1635, owned livestock, served on juriee, and 
testified in court suits. 

Downes, Robert, owned livestock, testified in court, and had a suit over a 
debt. 

Katon: Alexander Eaton appears only as witness to a biU of debt of Rev. 

Francis Doughtie (whose wife had been the widow Eaton). Samuel 

Eaton witnessed a letter of attorney made by Doughtie. 
Edmunds, James, chirurgeon, took part in an inquest at Portobftcco on 

human remains found near there. 
Elmes or Hehnes, Richard, was a chirurgeon of Londoii who filed suit 

by attorney to collect a debt. 
Empson, William, planter, born about 1G30, owned livestock and was a 

business partner of Thomas Baker, from whom he bought some land. 

He had many affairs in court and is once mentioned as if sheriff. 

Mary Empson, his first wife, had livestock and is mentioned in court 

testimony. His second wife Eleanor appears as widow who later 



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married John Morris, Mary, orphan child of Willi'Om, was adopted 
by Thomas Baker, 

Evans: Capt. William Evans, resident outside of the county, is variously 

mentioned as magistrate, as creditor, and as litigant. Eoger Evana, 

servant, was drowned and an inquest was held on his remains. 
Faro, William, was one of several persons transported to the colony, 

for whose transportation claims were filed for land rights. 
Fendall, Josias^ governor of the colony for a time, and resident of the 

county, appears largely, both in Ma oi^cial capacity and as a planter 

and man of business. 
Ferenla or Fernley, Francis, was often subpGenaed as a court witn««« 

and once testified in court. 
Fisher, Nicholas, was once subpoenaed to testify in a court case. 
Fitzherbert: Mr. Fitzherbert, priest of the Catholic population, is casually 

mentioned as such in court testknony. 
Fletcher, Curtis, was witnese to a letter of attorney made by n sea 

captain. 

Foukes: Col, Gerrard Foukes, gent., of Westmoreland County, Virginia, 

married the widow of Job Chandler and assigned livestock to the 

Chandlier minor heirs. 
Fo3?: James Fox testified in a suit ajid once filed a suit of his own. John 

Fox was a Virginian brought to court on charge of spreading false 

rumorfl but exonerated. 
Francom, Henry, owned 350 aores at Avon 'Hiver and livestock, and was 

involved in a number of suits. 
Frissell, Thomas, and his wife Hannah were indentured servants who 

sought freedom before expiration of time and were allowed to purchase 

it at cost. 

Frost, Jerome, was Bubpodnaed as witness in a court case. 

Gabrielis, Bartholome, bom about 1631, made a deposition for use in the 

suit of an employee. 
Gage: Dr. Matthew Gage was a medical practitioner who had a suit over 

his charges for service. John Gage filed a suit but does not otherwise 

appear. 

Gardner, Luke, presumably of St. Marys, signed a paper as witness and 

is mentioned as having had land rights. 
Giartherell, Bartholomy, born about 1636, testified about working as cooper, 

but he owned livestock and had other business, and was placed on 

jury. 

Gater, William, witnessed a bill of debt. 

Gaylard, Ja. (probably James), appears as witness to a conveyance of 
land. 

Gerrard, Thomas, gent., owner of St. Clements manor, had some lawsuits, 
brought his servants to have ages adjudged, deeded some cows as gifts, 
and expressed opinion on a sore leg. 

Gest : Walter Gest, planter, owned 100 acres and had many suits. He died 
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the minor children Lewis and Mary. William Gest is once mentioned 
as a subpoenaed witness. 

Gey: John Gey or Guy figures in three recorded suits. Anne Gey, prob- 
ably his wife, born about 1629, testified in a suit. 

Gill, Benjamin, was a decedent whose executor In 1659 was allowed 
remuneration for funeral costs advanced. 

Gillat, Grenan (?), is mentioned as witness to a conveyance of land. 

Glossington, Hannah, servant, married Thomas Frissell, and with him 
sustained a suit by their master when they sought freedom. 

Glover, Giles, planter, of Avon River, was land owner and figured in a 
large number of suits, usually as debtor defendant. His wife Eliza- 
beth was twice sued by others. 

Goldsmith: John Goldsmith owned livestock and was appointed adminis- 
trator of an estate but surrendered his powers because decedent's will 
appointed another. Samuel Gouldsmith, London merchant, is men- 
tioned in the mercantile accounts antedating the county records. 

Ooodericke: George Goodericke, gent., was an estate administrator and 
as such sued to collect claims. Ursula was subpoenaed to court to 
testify. Kobert owned livestock, served on jury, and once was witness 
in court. 

Goodman, Edward, was a servant sold under representations as to time 
of service which w^ere found in error and caused lawsuit. 

Gourdon, Daniel, born about 1626, owned land at Portobacco, had live- 
stock, testified in court, and was the Portobacco constable. His wife 
Mary joined him in acknowledging a land sale. The name also 
appears as Gordian and as Jourdon. 

Gowlor, Robert, was witness to a letter of attorney given by a ship cap- 
tain. 

Grace, Henry, had three suits over debts, and was finally declared by the 

court to be incompetent to do business. 
Granger, Richard, is mentioned as former holder of land rights and also 

was referred to in testimony as asserting certain facts. 
Gray, Francis, appeared in court with letter of attorney from a litigant, 

and was recorded as Richard Gray. 
Greene: Thomas Greene, deceased, former governor, is mentioned in suits 

by and against the trustee of the Greene heirs. Robert Greene owned 

livestock. John Greene was concerned in a suit which never came to 

trial. Leonard and Nathaniel Greene signed papers as witnesses. 

Mr. Greene was a creditor listed in a schedule of payments. 
Griffith: Thomas Griffith, an outsider, was represented by an attorney. 

Hugh Grifiitch was made owner of 150 acres at Nanjemoy Creek by 

a deed of gift. 

Grimes, Richard, was defendant in a debt suit which never came to trial. 
Grindley, John, was sued for debt and was later presented by the jury for 
Sabbath violation. 

Gros or Groce, Nicholas, twice recorded his earmarks for livestock owned. 
Guyther: Capt. Nicholas Guyther was the first county sheriff and in 1661 
was reappointed but soon after closed his service. 



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Hagget, Humphrey, born about 1629, owned livestock and was party in a 
large number of suits and other transactions. 

Hall, William, was subpoenaed to give testimony and was signer as wit- 
ness to an assignment. 

Haniford, Richard, apparently an outsider, was sued by two persons, but 
the writ was returned unserved. 

Hardidge or Hardich, William, went into court to collect a debt. 

Hare, James, born about 1628, was attorney for a litigant and was alleged 
fto have received part of the amount sued for, but not to have reported 
to his principal, which allegation he denied by deposition. 

Harris: Samuel Harris, bom about 1619, was ferryman at Wicomico 
River, owned livestock, served on jury, and testified in court. His 
wife Alice, bom about Mil, once testified in eourt. Another Samuel, 
born about 1638, also testified in court. George Harris, planter, 
shared a plantation at Avon River and served on juries. Robert 
Harris received acquittance of creditor claims. Thomas Harris, Jr., 
deceased, son of Thomas, Sr., deceased, owned cattle of whicii a filed 
inventory was made. 

Harrison: Joseph Harrison, planter, was member of the court and land 
owner at Avon River. He registered the births of his children Mary 
and Richard, and he had also a son Francis. Matthew Harrison was 
party in two filed suits. 

Hatch, John, born about 1614, was member of the county court and 
appeared often in judicial matters. His wife, name not stated, was 
the subject of a complaint because of her allegations of witchcraft. 

Hatton, John, was credited in a i^erilf's receipt and was witness to a 
letter of attorney. 

Hawkins, John, appeared only as attomey in a suit by an employee. 

Hayles, Hercules, described as planter, sued his former master for serv- 
ants' dues at close of service. 

Hays: James Hays, servant, born about 1639, testified in a court suit. 
Patrick Hays, also born about 1639, made deposition about a litigant's 
debt. 

Haywood, Raphael, witnessed a bill of debt. , 
Head, William, was four times sued for debt, but none of the cases went 
to trial. 

Heard, William, planter, owned 160 acres at Pasquehange Creek, and as 
administrator of the Parker estate he resisted claims upon the 
property. 

Henson, William, born about 1626, testified in an employee's suit for 
wages. 

Herman, Matthew, was subpoenaed as witness to testify in a court case. 
Hethcoat: Mr. Hethcoat, apparently an outsider, filed by attorney a suit 

for debt collection. 
Hews, Mary, servant of Josias Fendall and later the housekeeper of John 

Walton, came under the court's disfavor because of a love affair which 

was a subjeet of general comment. 



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Hicks, Kobert, witnessed a conveyance of land. Later a claim is filed 

against his estate, being deceased. 
Hicoun, Daniel, witnessed an acquittance of creditor claims. 
Hills, William, served on a trial jury, and was sued by the church warden 

for his parish dues. 
Hinschow, William, testified in a suit by an employee to collect wages 

claimed. 

Hipkis, Peter, born about 1638, was twice called as witness in coiirt cftsee. 

The name is also entered as Kipkis and Lipkis. 
Hobkins, Thomas, was a servant wkose time of service yms adjudged by 

the court, 

Hogward, Nicolaus, possibly a transient trader, was assignee of the pro- 
ceeds from a judgment, 
Holman, William, appears only as filing a suit for debt. 
Horseley, Joseph, witnessed an assignment of land. 

Horton, Joseph, signed as witness to a deed of gift conveying poseeesion 
of a cow. 

Hoske, Joseph, is mentioned as an immigrant for whose transportation 
land rights are claimed. 

Hows, George, was owner of livestock and was once subpoenaed to be wit- 
ness at court. 

Hulse, Meverell, signed as witness to a deed of gift giving tk;le to a cow. 

Hundley, Eobert, bom about 1617, lived at Pickawaxen, was member of 
the court, and took part in a number of legal transactions. 

Hungerford, William, Jr., son of - William, Sr., the latter deceased, was 
grantee of land conveyed to him in trusteeship of another. 

Hussey, Thomas, gent., planter, born about 1635, owned land at St. Ber- 
nard's Creek, served on juries, owned livestock, testified in court, and 
figured in other affairs. His wife Elizabeth joined in a land convey- 
ance and testified in court. 

Hutson, Eobert, is menticmed merely as the former assignor <^ a bill of 
debt. 

Hutt, Daniel, mariner, operated a Rhode Island vessel and was sued for 
seamen's wages, for which he denied liability. At other times he 
witnessed various papers and appeared in court as attorney for others. 

Ide, Margery, maid servant, was brought into court for judgment as to her 
service period. 

Ireland, Elizabeth, maid servant, was also taken to court for formal deter- 
mination of time of service. 
Isham, Roger, witnessed a conveyance of land. 

Jackson, Thomas, testified as witness in court and several times came into 
court as attorney for others. Another Thomas Jackson was a servant 
boy of Thomas Gerrard, whose service period was adjudged by the 
court. 

James: Edward James, carpenter, born about 1639, testified in court and 
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St. Mary's, who tried to take service elsewhere and created a legal 
muddle for others. Thomas James witnessed a deed of gift of cattle. 
Jarbo, John, is mentioned as former owner of some land that is in litiga- 
tion. 

Jarvise, ThonMks, as partner with Hugh CNeal a-cquired fiome land at 

Puquasent and later sold it to a new owner. 
Jaynes, Henry, witnessed a letter of attorney. 

Jeffers : William Jeflfers acquired half of 600 acres on the Potomac River. 
Mary Jeffers was a servant whose SOTvice period was passed upon by 
the court. 

Jenkins: Capt. John Jenkins was member of the court, owned land, and 
participated in various affairs. He was displaced in 1661 and seems 
to have removed to the Virginia side. His wife Jane was once sub- 
pcenaed as a witness. 

Johnson: Daniel Johnson, born about 1635, owned land at Wicomico 
River, was foreman of a trial jury, and figured in various court cases. 
Jacob Johnson, mariner, filed two suits and gave a letter of attorney. 
James Johnson was sued for debts and signed papers as witness. 

Kelly, Thomas, owned 150 acres at Powter Creek, owned livestock, and 
had a lawsuit in which he pleaded that, being Irish, he had some 
difficulty in speaking English and needed an attorney. 

Kerby, John, bom about 1630, testified in court and signed papers as 
witness. 

King, Richard, appears only as a member of a trial jury. 

Knaggs, William, broke his work agreement and went as soldier to the 

Susquehanna fort; later he sued his employer for wages under the 

broken contract. 

Lambert, John, served on juries and was administrator of the estate of 
Samuel Lambert, deceased. 

Lambeth, John, was owner of livestock and witnessed a creditor's acquit- 
tance of claims. 

Land, Philip, is mentioned as the payee of a certain court judgment. 

Landen, Robert, born about 1642, testified as witness in a court case. 

Lane, John, was defendant in a filed suit that never came to trial. 

Langworth, James, was member of the court but appears only once as so 
acting. He was trustee for the heirs of Governor Greene, owned live- 
stock, and was captain of the military company. Elizabeth, Mary, 
and William Langworth have livestock marks registered for them. 

Lee, James, planter, of Avon River, appeared frequently in debt suits, owned 
livestock, served on trial jury, and was accused by the presentment 
jury of bigamy. 

Legat, John, signed a letter of attorney as witness. 

Lenton, Joseph, owned land on Potomac River, and dying, left a small 
estate. His wife Ursula died soon afterward and a long suit ensued 
over payment of her funeral expenses from the husband's estate. 

Lewis: Capt. William Lewis, deceased, left an estate against which some 
claims were filed. He is mentioned also as owner of land at Avon 
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Lilly, Henry, cooper, lived at Pickawaxen and later at Nanjemoy Creek, 
in which latter place he had some land and livestock. After his death 
many suits occurred for arid against his estate. 

Lindsey: James Lindsey, planter, of Portobacco, was member of the court, 
owner of livestock, sheriff of the county, and man of business. His 
wife Mary is several times mentioned. Edmund Lindsey of Porto- 
bacco, planter, bom about 1624, was concerned in many suits as liti- 
gant, attorney, or witness. 

Lingam, George, acted once as attorney for another and once signed as a 
witness. 

Littlepage, Kobert, perhaps a Virginian, witnessed an assignment of live- 
stock by Col. Foukefi. 

Locie, William, was subpoenaed to appear as witness in a suit. 

Lodge, George, registered earmarks for livestock owned. 

Lomax, Thomas, gent., was clerk of the court from January, 1659-60, to 
November, 1660, during the short-lived republican experiment led by 
FendalL He appears often as attorney for litigants, sometimes as a 
witness in suits, and once as foreman of a trial jury. 

Long, Robert, planter, owned livestock and was once sued. Mrs. Long, 
probably his wife, was sued for starting witchcraft talk about a 
woman neighbor. 

Love, John, was once subpoenaed to testify in court. 

Lugar, John, Sr., is mentioned as having acquired land rights which 
passed to his son John, Jr., who, in turn, assigned them to another. 
The younger John made a survey in the county in 1655 and later had 
livestock therein. 

Lumbroso, Jacob, alias John, had livestock and owned 200 acres at Nanje- 
moy Creek. 

Mace, Clovis, was once sued in the county for debt. 

Man, Thomas, was plaintiff in a debt case which did not go to trial. 

Manning, Robert, was one of the persons whose mercantile accounts of 
1648 and 1649 were in the record book before it became a county 
record. 

Mansfield, John, was sued in the provincial court for debt, the case being 
remanded to the county court because of local relations. 

Mardin, Anne, maid servant of William Robisson, had a love affair -whick 
caused a suit by her master against the ardent swain. 

Maris, Thomas, of Portobacco, owned livestock and signed papers as wit- 
ness. 

Markeat, Anthony, servant, was brought before the court to have his serv- 
ice time adjudged. 

Marshagay, Benjamin, served on jury, was subpoenaed to testify, and once 
had a suit of his own. Bennet Marshagay owned livestock and had a 
lawsuit. 

Marshall, William, planter, was member of court, and was owner of land, 
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Martin^ John, was casually mentioiied in testimony as an eyewitness of 

certain acts. 

Mathews, Thomas, appears on three occasions as attorney for other parties. 

Meares, Thomas, was once subpoenaed to testify in a court case. 

Mees, Henry, once filed a suit in the county by attorney. 

Menins ( ? ) , James, is mentioned as a decedent whose estate conveyed title 

to a tract at Portobacco Cre^ at a former date. 
Micheldager, John, was twice sued in the county court. Elizabeth teg- 

tified in a court suit. 
Milner, Thomas^ twice signed conveyances of land as a witness to the 

transfer. 

Mitchell: Thomas Mitchell owned land at Wicomico River and had live- 
stock. His wife, and later widow, Joan, at different times sued promi- 
nent persons for imputing witchcraft to her. Thomas Mitchell, mari- 
ner, who sued for seaman's wages, was probably a distinct person. 

Moore, Henry, planter, born about 1636, owned land at St. Bernard's Creek 
and later at Wicomico River, had livestock, testified in court eases, 
and signed papers as witness. 

Morris: John Morris, planter, born about 1632, testified in court and wit- 
nessed documents. He married Eleanor, born about 1642, widow of 
William Empson, and was repeatedly sued for reparation of loss sus- 
tained by her former bondsman. Richard Morris, born about 1638, 
owned livestock and testified in suits. Joane Morris lived at Picka- 
waxen. 

Mountague, Stephen, born about 1634, owned livestock, testified in court, 

and signed documents as witness. 
Munns, John, was subpoenaed to appear as witness in a court case. 
Nanfan: Mr. Nanfan is mentioned as inspecting the quality of some 

tobacco offered to a creditor. 
Neale, James, was member of the provincial council and as such sat three 

times in county court. He is also mentioned as bargaining for sale 

of a maid servant. John and Thomas Neale were persons transported 

to the colony as servants. 
Neminem, Johannem, is the name of a defendant in a case that never came 

to trial. 

Nevill, John, planter, of Portobacco, bom about 1620, made frequent 
appearance in court on affairs of his own and as attorney for two 
estates which he represented. His wife Joane, born about 1627, testi- 
fied at court. William, his son, received from his father a cow by 
recorded gift. 

Newman, George, filed one suit, was once subpcnnaed as a witness in court, 

and signed a document as witness. 
Newton, John, held title for a time to 300 acres on Potomac River but is 

not mentioned otherwise, 
Nicholas, Edward, secretary of the king, signed officially a royal letter 

which is copied into the county record. 



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Norman, Jolin, born about 1634, testified in court, signed a will as witness, 
and filed a debt claim. 

Norton, John, was once subpoenaed to testify in a court case. 

O'Brien, Matthew, born about 1628, owned livestock, testified in court, 
and once filed a suit. Anne O'Brien also had livestock. 

Okes, Edward, signed as witness to a document making assignment of land. 

O'Neal, Hugh, owned land at Puquasent and at times testified in court. 
He married Mary Vanderdonck, sister of Enoch Doughtie, and, as her 
husband, was made party in suits connected with her medical prac- 
tice. His name is sometimes recorded as Neale. 

Oversee, Simon, of St. Marys County, was partner with Job Chandler in 
a manor holding at Portobacco Creek. He appears in the records as 
occasional litigant and land seller. 

Packer, Edward, was twice sued for minor claims. Elizabeth, probably 
his widow, filed claim at a later time against an estate. 

Palmer, Samuel, planter, born about 1628, lived at Nanjemoy, owned live- 
stock, served on jury, and several times testified at court. 

Parker, Samuel, cooper, bom about 1634, owned a tract at Pasquehange 
Creek and was frequently sued for debts. At his death his widow, 
Joane, was in ill health and seems to have died not long after. 

Parkes, Edward, of Portobacco, was member of the court until he went on 
a voyage to England after selling his cattle. 

Parnell, Henry, apparently an outsider, filed a suit by attorney. 

Pate, Henry, was subpoenaed to testify in a court case. 

Peakes, Walter, filed two suits against an opponent but does nat oi^erwise 
appear. 

Peale, Henry, was servant of Zachary Wade, who registered in the county 

book the date of his death. 
Pearce, Margaret, had some lawsuits and once testified in court. Richard 

Pearce was once sued and once subpo&naed to testify. 
Peere, Henry, was twice subpoenaed to appear as a witness in court cases. 
Perkins, Robert, is mentioned as parly in a law suit. 
Philips, Nicholas, born about 1640, testified in a court case. 
Philpot: Edmund Philpot was twice sued by opponents. Edward Philpot 

owned livestock and had land at Puquasent. Bridget Philpot was 

subpoenaed to testify in court. 
Pike, Humphrey, signed a conveyance of land as a witness. 
Piles, John, had a lawsuit and was acquitted of liability for; a lost bill 

of debt, 

Pinner, Richard, of Elizabeth River, Virginia, had business dealings in 
the county in connection with tar and leather, and had some diffi- 
culties in connection. 

Pinson, Edmund, was subpoenaed to testify in court and also signed 
papers as a witness. 

Piper, John, born about 1628, owned livestock and testified in court. 
Named in decedent's will as administrator of the Carnell estate, he 
was involved in settlement proeeeiiii^s. 
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Pope, Francis, was member of the court, owner of livestock, administra- 
tor of an estate, and earliest recorded slaveholder of the county. 
Margaret, probably his wife, was once subpoenaed to testify in court, 
Nathaniel Pope, an outsider, once sued in the court by attorney. 

Posey, Francis, is mentioned as the former vendor of certain land. 

Potter, William, was subpoenaed to give evidence in court. 

Prescoate, Edward, seems to have been a vessel owner trading along 
the river, some of his affairs resulting in debts. 

Price: Col, John Price, member of the provincial court, is mentioned 
as such in an abstract of the court's order. Another John Price 
was a youth of twenty years who testified in court. Williftin Price 
was nan^d as attorney to represent a lit%ant. 

Prior, Thomas, h^id a diflSculty with Giles Glover, with whom he seems 
to have been a working associate, 

Pritchard, David, was summoned by a litigant to testify in provincial 
court. 

Pucket, George, served as member of a trial jury. 

Bawlins, Nicholas, signed as witness to a recorded gift of a cow. 

Kerek (?), Sknon, seems to be the form of a partly ill^ible name of a 
man siH^cenaed to testify in court. 

Reynolds, George, signed a land conveyance as witness. 

Rich, Richard, seems to have been a local merchant who left the county 
suddenly for a voyage to England while a suit was in progress. 

Richmond, Edmund, was signing witness to a conveyance of land. 

Rivers, Christopher, owned land at Avon 'River, was foreman of a trial 
jury, and had a few lawsuits. His wife Isabella, who seems to have 
talked too freely about other people, was sued by one party and 
was badly beaten by another. 

Roberts, George, owned livestock, was subpoenaed to testify in court, 
and signed land conveyances as witness. 

Robins, Robert, and his wife Elizabeth quarrelled with mutual complaint 
and finally signed a separation agreement. Later on a presentment 
jury reported Robert for his relations with another woman, 

Robinson, Thomas, owned land at Avon River and had livestock, was 
concerned in various suits and signed papers las witness. Ann, 
probably his wife, signed with him as witness to a cattle transfer. 

Robisson, William, carpenter of Portobacco, born about 1631, was land 
owner at St. Bernard's Creek. He was the county's chief litigant, 
being party in 45 suits, and figuring forcefully in a feud with 
Thomas Baker marked by some picturesque depositions. His wife 
Susanna signed papers as witness and is naentioned in court testimony. 

Roper, John, born about 1637, testified in court and is mentioaed as 
la paid creditor. 

Rosiar, John, once filed a suit which never came to trial. 

Row, Richard, planter, owned livestock, had various lawsuits, served 
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a suit, is not named but is presumably the same as Mary Eow, who 
is coupled with him in a subpoena. 
Eowse, Abraham, probably an outsider, is mrationed only as the assignee 
of a bill of debt. 

Russell: Capt. CShristopher Russell, born about 1614, traded in cattle 

and had several court cases. He was appointed member of the court 

but never served, his death occurring soon after. 
Sanders, Matthew, was a boy servant brought to court by John Caine to 

have his service time adjudged. 
Scales, Oeorge, born about 1636, testified in court and was aubpoanaed 

as a court witness. In other parts of the record he appears under 

the alternative name of George Bradshow. 
Sennet, Gerrit, owned livestock, t^tified In court, and once was sued for 

a debt. 

Sewell, Henry, provincial secretary, issued letters of aikninistration which 

were placed in the county record. 
Shelton, Thomas, tailor, born about 1633, testified in a lawsuit and had 

a love affair that occupies some little space in the record. 
Sherley, Robert, witnessed a letter of attorney for a Virginia man and 

was probably himself a Virginian. 
Shircliff, John, filed a suit in the county and entered a caveat against 

an estate. 

Short, George, sued for an attachment against the goods of a non- 
resident, at another time sued to collect expenses as witness, and 
was concerned in some lesser affairs. 

Simons, George, had three lawsuits and was subpcenaed to testify in 
court. Thomas Simmons filed a suit and was witness to a document. 

Simpson, Alexander, owned land at Avon River and at Portobacco, as 
well as livestock and servants, and served on a jury. Thomas Simpson 
owned livestock and served on jury, and exchanged land at Matta- 
woman Creek for land farther down the river. 

Sims, Richard, was maker of a bill of debt, was sued in court, and was 
subpcenaed to give testimony. 

Slye, Robert, merchant of St. Marys County, born about 1627, had close 
business relations with the county people and appears in various 
suits and other transactions. 

Small, John, was twice subpoenaed to testify and once gave testimony 
in court. 

Smith: Alexander Smith, planter, made a recorded gift of a cow, Henry 
Smith and John Smith were witnesses to documents. Richard 
Smith, planter, born about 1638^ had lawsuits, served on jury, and 
gave testimony in court. Samuel Smith, planter, born about 1635, 
had <some court aifairs and, dying, left an estate. William Itoith, 
born about 1645, testified in a court case. 

Smoote: William Smoote, boatwright, bom about 1598, lived at Wicoani- 
00 River, owning land there. His son Thmnas, planter, owned live- 
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William Barton. Richard Smoote owned livestock and witnessed a 
document. Grace Smoote made gift of a cow to Grace Atwicks. 

SnaggSj William, sued for a bill of sale for cows purchased by him. 

Solin, Herman, testified in a lawsuit and at another time was subpoenaed 
to do the same. 

Sollers, John, probably of Virginia, witnessed the letter <rf attorney 
of a Virginia man. 

Speake, Thomas, probably St. Mary's, signed a deposition as wit- 
ness. 

Spicer, Hannibalj, and wife Elizabeth were sued for alleging that some- 
one else was slanderous. Hannibal died later and administrator was 
appointed for his estate. 

Stamford, Anne, owned livestock and was pceeented by a jury for viola- 
tion of the Sabbath. 

Starkey, Lawrence, had a tract at Portobftcco Oeek which he leased in 
1655 to James Lindsey. 

Stocket, Francis, probably an outsider, witnessed a letter of attorney 
givien by a ship captain. 

Stone: Gov. William Stone owned land at Nanjmoy Creek. Thomas 
Stone was member of the court until he withdrew because of conscien- 
tious scruples about the official oath. Matthew Stone had a lawsuit. 
Eichard Stone, born about 1642, testified in a suit and w»s wit- 
ness to a document. 

Story, Robert, probably a Londoner, witnessed the letter of attorney of 
a London merchant. 

Str^tton, Lucie, maid servant, had a scandalous lawsuit with her master 
but refused his offer of miarriage because she did not love him. 
Mary Stratton received gift of a cow from her stepfather. 

Stut, William, bom about 1619, gave testimony in a court case. 

Swann or Swanc, Edward, owned livestock, had a servant, was subpcenaed 
as witness, and was once sued. 

Tarline, Hichard, cooper, born about 1637, owned livestock and testi- 
fied in court. He sued the Lilly estate for land promised to him 
under an employment contract. His wife Mary testified in court. 

Taylor: Robert Taylor, planter, owned land at Portobaceo Creek which 
he exchanged for land at Pascataway Eiver. One of the same name 
was a nonresident debtor whose goods were attached. John Taylor 
was a servant to whom John Hatch gave a calf. 

Theobalds, Clement, owned livestock, served on juries, testified in court, 
and sued a number of persons for debts. His wife, name Bot stated, 
was once subpcBnaed to testify. His daughter Elimbeth had gifts 
of cows from her father and godfather. 

Thomas, David, was sued by various persons for various causes. Francis 
Thomas was witness to a land conveyance. Hugh Thomas, born about 
l^SS, testified in court. William Thomas, gent., of Wicomico, Virginia, 
owned for a time a share in a tract on Pot(Hnac River. 

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in 1658. Displaced in January, 1659-60, he was reinstated in Novem- 
ber, 1660. As clerk he often witnessed and certified papers. He 
also bought and sold l«,nd, owned livestock, acted as attorney, and 
testified in court. William Tomson k mentioned as a decedent. 
Thorington, Francis, served on jury, was Bubpoena^d to teetify, and wa* 
once sued. 

Tilghanan, Samuel, of Ratcliffe, England, ship captain, twice filed suits 
and named an attorney to transact business for him. 

Tomkinson, John, planter, was also an employing cooper. He had in 
1655 a half -inter est in 600 acres on the Potomac Kiver and was 
named by will to be overseer of the Lenton estate. Giles Tomkinson 
once filed a debt suit and twice ww,s subpoenaed to testify. 

Troope, Robert, planter, of Portobaoco, owned land and livestock, testi- 
fied in court, and was lieutenant in the county military company. 

True, Richard, boatwright, lived at Avon Kiver, where he owned land 
(and livestock. He was party in many lawsuits. His wife, not 
named, was once sued in court, and is prohaMy the Anne True who, at 
another time was subp<enaed to testify. 

Turgis: Mr. Turgis is one of those whose mercantile accounts of 1660- 
1651 were entered in the book before it became a county record. 

Turner, Arthur, bom about 1622, was owner of land and livestock, 
served on juries, and was defendant in a number of lawsuits. He had 
sons Arthur, Jr., James, and Edward, two of whom were assignees 
of his property. Thomas Turner appeared as attorney for another. 

Twifer, Anne, was a servant maid whom William Marshall brought to 
court to have her service time adjudged. 

Tyler, Edmund, was a servant of Alexander SiiopsoH wliose sale was 
recorded by acknowledgement. 

Utie, Nathaniel, was member of the provincial court and ms such was 
mentioned in an excerpt of an order of that court. 

Vanderdonck, Mary, sister of Enoch Doughtie and wife of Hugh O'Neal, 
had a regular practice as physician and had a num^ber of suits for 
the collection of charges for her services. 

Veitch, James, witnessed an order by the owner of certain eattle for 
delivery of them to another, 

Vieck, Grcorge, sued for a debt but failed to make a case. 

Villaine, John, owned livestock, had three lawsuits, and was subpoenaed 
to give testimony. 

Wade, Zachary, planter, was member of court, owned livestock, witnessed 
papers, had some lawsuits, was nMned attorney for another, and 
registered the births and deaths of Mary and Z&rah, his infant 
daughters. 

Wahope, Archibald, born about 1627, had land at Portohaeco, owned 
livestock, and testified in court. 

Walker, James, horn about 1621, was member of the court, owned live- 
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testified in court. Edward Walker, mercliant of London, had two 
suits in the court. 

Warton, John, came from Westmoreland County, Virginia, and was con- 
cerned in minor affairs, including two lawsuits. 

Ward, John, owned land at Avon River, had livestock, served on juries, 
testified in court, and signed papers as witness. Andrew Ward was 
once subpcenaed to testify and was once sued. 

Warren, William, was subpoenaed to court to give testimony. At a later 
date caveat was filed for administration of his estate. 

Warring, Humphrey, merchant of London, visited the colony, suing in the 
county to collect debts due another London merchant, and selling 
some servants to the planters. Mary Warring was once subpoenaed to 
testify. 

Washington, John, presumably of Virginia, visited the county as an attor- 
ney to collect debts. He also signed some papers as witness. 

Wasman, K , signed as witness to a conveyance of land. 

Waters, Thomas, was once subpoenaed to court to give testimony. 

Watson: Andrew Watson of Avon River, planter, born about 1637, was 
land owner on Potomac River in 1655, served on juries, testified in 
court, and was party in a dozen lawsuits. Richard Watson, a blind 
man, owned livestock and was bondsman for the widow of William 
Empson when she settled the • estate, which obligation brought him 
some trouble and future suits for recovery. 

Web, John, filed one suit and signed a paper as witness. Dying soon 
afterward, his administrator sustained several suits for collection of 
obligations borne by decedent. 

Weekes, Elizabeth, was presented by the jury for all-eged improper rela- 
tions with a man. 

Wells, Thomas, is mentioned once as defendant in a filed suit. 

Wennam, William, was called into court for his attentions to a maid serv- 
ant and afterward filed several defamation suits which' never came to 
trial. 

Wentworth, Thomas, gent., owned livestock, testified in court, was party in 
two filed suits, and signed papers as witness. 

Wharton, Thomas, of Nanjemoy Creek, testified at court, acquired cattle, 
and was once sued. His wife Margaret testified in court. 

Wheeler, John, planter, born about 1^33, owned land at Avon River and 
Mattawoman Creek, had livestock, testified in court, and had several 
lawsuits. His wife Mary was subpoenaed for court testimony and was 
impleaded with her husband in a suit. James Wheeler was owner of 
livestock. 

White, William, born about 1623, made deposition about a verbal bargain 
for cattle. Thomas White was an abutting land owner at Puquasent. 
Alexander White was defendant in a filed suit. 

Wild, Daniel, signed as witness to a bill of debt. 

Wilkinson: Mr. Wilkinson, name not stated, is mentioned as a former 
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Willan, Richard, planter, was patentee in 1653 of 200 acres beyond Nanje- 

moy Creek and later sold the tract. His wife Elizabeth released her 

rights in the land. 
Willcokes: Mr. Willcokes is one of those whose mercantile accounts of 

1649 and 1650 were placed in the record book before it was used as a 

county record. 

Williams: Edward Williams, born about 1627, owned livestock and testi- 
fied in court. John Williams was custodian of the Lenton property 
and later was registered as deceased. Thomas Williams had a law- 
suit and was subpoenaed to give teetimany. Anne Williams sued a 
man for support of her child. 

Wilmort, Thomas, appears only as registering earmarks of his stock. 

Wilson, Robert, born about 1629, was once sued, was accused of stealing 
a skimming dish, and once gave evidence in court. 

Wine, Francis, was party in three filed suits and signed a paper as witness. 

Wood, John, owned livestock, was party in a suit, had an outstanding bill 
of debt, and testified in court. 

Woodberrie, Hugh, drafted and witnessed the will of Joseph Lenton. 

Wowld ( ? ) , John, probably of Virginia, witnessed a letter of attorney 
sent from Rappahannock County. 

Wrinsingue, Christian, twice signed documents as witness. 



GENEALOaiCAL NOTES ON THE EMORY FAMILY 
OF MARYLAND. 



December, 1927. 

The ancestors of tlie present Emory and Amory families of 
America were the same and for many generations prior to lYOO 
were residents and land owners in the adjoining counties of 
Somerset and Devon and G-loucester in England. Early local 
records also indicate a branch of the family in Essex about 
1634. 

The present name of Emory-Amory was, so far as can be 
determined, originally Amauri, in France, about the 12th cen- 
tury, and during a period of about three hundred years 
the spelling of the name was changed to D^Amorie, Amorie, 
D'Amory and about 1600 became Amory and Emory. 

Regardless of the several variations in spelling jby certain 



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generations of the family, which was characteristic of that 
period, the pronunciation of the name as Em-ory has remained 
the same since the very earliest times. In this connection it 
is interesting to note the following extract from a letter dated 
May 15, 1731, Bristol, England, to Thomas C. Amory of Boston, 
from a cousin, a Mrs. Julia O'Connor: I have some papers in 
my hand wch cou'd give you light wch is your right in the 
county Kerry whither I am bound soon from this place (Bris- 
tol) where I have been about a fortnight and have been making 
inquiry of some of yr relations, the Emory for so they write 
their name, about yr estate in Somersetshire and they tell me it 
is in very good condition . . . . " Page 106-107 (The Descen- 
dants of Hugh Amory, 1605-1805, by Gertrude E. Meredith, 
London, 1901). 

Among the early English ancestors of the family were Robert 
de Amory, Lord of Bucknell 1257, Giles D'Amorie (later Amo- 
rie and Amory about 1550), Giles and Thomas Amory 1579, 
John Amory 1606, Thomas 1667, and John Emory who died 
in Somersetshire in 1657. At this time local records also show 
that members of apparently the same family were living in 
Essex and possibly a branch under the name of Emery in Kent. 

The fact that the different members of the family of Somer- 
set, Gloucester and Essex were of the same stock and closely 
related is indicated in the similarity of their arms with crests 
in two instances being the same. 

According to the English records and authorities as listed 
hereon, the following arms were granted : 

(1) Giles D'Amorie (Amory), 1592; Arms: Barry nebuly 
of six argent and gules, over all upon a bend sable three bezants 
or. Crest : out of a mural coronet or, a talbots azure eared or. 
(College of Arms; Eobson's British Herald, 1830; Koyal Crest 
Book, MacLaren, London, 1883.). 

(2) Emory als Amory — Amery, Essex 1634; Arms: Barry 
nebuly of six argent and gules, in chief three annulets gules. 
Crest: out of a mural coronet a demi-horse, or maned or col- 
lared gu, studded or. Motto: "Eedelis et Suavis " (College 



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of Anns; The Visitation of Essex 1634:, Harleiaa Society, Vol. 
13; Edmondson's Complete Heraldry, London 1870; Eoyal 
Crest Book, London 1883). 

(3) Amory-Emory, Somerset; Arms: Barry nelouly of six 
argent and gu, a bent az. Crest: out of a mural coronet or, 
a talbots head az eared of the first. (College of Arms, London; 
Burke, Descendants of Hugh Amory by Meredith, London 
1901.) 

(4) Emory of Somersetshire, died 1657; Arms: Barry of 
six, gu or, in chief three cinqucf oils or. Crest : A demi-unicorn 
rampant and erased, gu, hoofed and ar!med or crined sa. (Des- 
cendants of Hugh Amory by Meredith 1901 ; Elvens Book of 
Crests; College of Arms, London; Koyal Crest Book,) 

Family arms — -Amory — Amorye — Amorie — in window of 
St. Peter's Church or Cathedral in Exon. Devon., Vol. I (Ca- 
rew's Scroll of Arms, 1588). 

The two American branches of the family were first repre- 
sented in this country by the emigration of Arthur Emory to 
the province of Maryland in 1665, direct ancestor of the Mary- 
land Emorys and by Thomas Amory, ancestor of the Boston 
Amorys, who settled first about 1690 in South Carolina, a fe^ 
years later moving to Boston, Mass. 

Arthur Emory arrived in the province of Maryland from 
Somersetshire, England, in 1660, with his wife, Mary and two 
children. He received from Lord Baltimore, in 1667, several 
direct formal grants of land on the Choptank, Wye and Chester 
Kivers, in Talbot and Queen Anne's Counties (Liber 12, p. 61, 
Anno. 1668; Dat-e of grant June 30, 1668). He married his 
second wife, Ann Smith, prior to 1671, a daughter of Kobert 
Smith. He married the third time, Catherine Vanderfort, a 
daughter of Michel Paul Vanderfort, whose family emigrated 
from Dermont, Flanders, and was granted large estates about 
1640 on the site of the present city of Brooklyn, "New York. 

Arthur Emory died in 1699 and by his second wife left 
two sons, Arthur, Jr. and John, by his third wife, Catherine, 
he left two sons, William and a second Artiiur, and also a 



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daughter, Ann. Catherine afterwards married Edmund Prior, 
and died, according to her will, in 1749. (Wills, deeds, grants, 
etc.. Land office records in Annapolis, Liber X, folio 391 and 
copies Talbot County wills in Ann Arundel County Courthouse, 
Liber H, folio 269.) 

Arthur Emory Jr., born 1666, was one of the earliest mem- 
bers of the first county court of Queen Anne's, 1708. He had 
a pew in Wye church and was a vestryman in St. Paul's parish 
in 1704. He died September 22, 1747, and lies buried at Ingle- 
side, originally known as " Emory's Fortune," which was one 
of the earliest colonial estates of the Emory family. It is locat- 
ed near the present village of Queenstown, his tombstone shows 
that he had two wives, Anne died l^ov, 10, 1721, and Jockline 
(Jacqueline) Littilen. His will (Arthur 1747) probated No- 
vember 25th, 1747, shows he left the following sons and daugh- 
ters: John Jr., /Arthur III, Thomas, Gideon and James and 
also four daughters. 

Thomas Emory was the father of Thomas Lane Emory of 
Baltimore and the " Woodridge " Emory branch, now of Balti- 
more County, are descendants of Gideon Emory. Gideon 
married Mary Marsh, daughter of Thomas Marsh 1716. He 
died 1784 leaving sons, Wm. Wilson, Gideon Jr., John and 
James. 

Francois Guidon (Gideon), Cambrai, France, Sous Lieuten- 
ant au 46 Reg. de Ligne, buried Ashburton Churchyard, Devon, 
French prisoner of war, 1815, age 22. Page 185, Devon Notes 
& Queries, Vol. 2, 1903. 

Thomas Lane Emory of " Warrington was the ancestor of 
the Richard Emory family of Baltimore county, represented 
at this time by Emory Warfield, Henry M. and S. Davies, sons 
of the late Henry M. Warfield and his wife Anna Emory, also 
Mary and Isabel Emory, sisters of Daniel Grant Emory, who 
married a daughter of Alexander Fulton and left a son, Thomas 
Emory and a daughter, Letlia. 

Arthur 2nd, brother of Arthur, 1747, married Ann 

and left the following sons : William, Edward and Giles, 



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John Emory Senior^ son of Arthur Istj 1699, was Lord 
Baltimore's Deputy Surveyor and Receiver of Quit Eents in 
1726 and in 1750-60 was one of the surveyors who represented 
Maryland in the survey of the boundary line between Maryland 
and Pennsylvania on the Chesapeake and Delaware Peninsula, 
which was afterwards prolonged by Messrs. Mason and Dixon 
in the famous Mason and Dixon line. He was a pew holder 
in Wye church in 1723. He received through his elder brother, 
Arthur, 1747, by deed of gift from his father in 1683, " Bach- 
elor's Chance/' The other Emory colonial estates at this time 
were " Ingleside," " Warrington," " Coursey on Wye," " Saint 
Paul ^' and Brampton." 

John Emory married Ann . He died in 1763 and 

his will probated December 23, 17 63, shows he left the following 
sons: Charles The Elder, John, Thomas, James, William and 
Charles The Younger, and daughters, Elizabeth and Ann. 

John Emory of Brampton " later Poplar Grove," son 
of John Emory surveyor 1763, was born about 1710. He mar- 
ried Margaret Marsh, a sister of Mary and Sarah, wives of 
Gideon Emory 1st and John Emory Jr., 1765, and daughter of 
Thomas Marsh, 1712, who was a direct descendant of Augustine 
Hermann, the famous Bohemian noblemen. Lord of Bohemia 
Manor, in Cecil County, Maryland. He died intestate about 
1740, leaving his widow, Margaret (who later married David 
Kegister) and two sons, John and Thomas and a daughter 
Sarah (married Thomas Falcomer). 

John Emory married Juliana Hawkins (first wife) Decem- 
ber 14, 1758 (St. Luke's Parish Church, Church Hill, Mary- 
land), and about this time added to his own his step-father's 
name " Eegister " to distinguish him from several other John 
Emorys of his day. 

The grandsons of Arthur Junior, 1747, and his brother John, 
1763, were represented in the Eevolutionary War as officers by 
the following: Gideon Emory, 2nd Lieut. 5th Maryland Kegt., 
Dec. 10, 1776; Kichard Emory, Captain 5th Maryland Regt., 
Dec. 10, 1776, Brevet Major Oct. 4, 1777, Thomas Lane 



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MARYLAND HISTORICAL MAGAZIITE. 



Emory, 1st. Lieut., 4tli Eastern Shore Bn., 1776, later Captain 
5th Maryland Eegt., John Register Emory, 1st Lieut, in James 
O'Bryon^s Company, 20th Bn., Maryland Militia, date of com- 
mission Jan. 3, 1776, he saw active service against Lord Dun- 
more and later took part in the battle of Long Island (Maryland 
Muster Rolls in the Eevolution, 1775-83, VoL 18, Archives of 
Maryland; McSherry's History of Maryland, 1850; Historical 
Register of Officers of the Continental Army, by Francis B. 
Heitman, 1914), 

John Register Emory was a member of the Queen Anne's 
County Board of Justices of the Peace, in 1777. He inherited 
from his father Poplar Grove in Queen Anne's County, 
originally known as Brampton." In addition to Brampton " 
the estate was at that time made up of " Conquest," Corsica " 
and Cintra " (Cintra, a town in Portugal, which up to about 
1640 had been a dependency of Spain), the total consisting of 
approximately two thousand acres, covering all of that section 
known as Spaniards Neck at the junction of the Corsica and 
Chester rivers. " Poplar Grove "is one of the very few colo- 
nial estates in America which has been continuously owned by 
the same family and inherited from generation to generation up 
to the present time. It is the only one now remaining in posses- 
sion of the Emorys in Maryland. The original section of the 
brick manor house was built about 1700 according to tradition 
and the formal terraced gardens of boxwood on the rear lawn 
are known to be the oldest gardens in this country. 

Eobert Emory, a son of John Register Emory by his first 
wife, married Frances Thomas, daughter of Tristram and Ann 
^ Thomas of Wye Neck. Their son was John Emory, later the 
noted bishop of the M. E. Church, founder of Emory University 
in Georgia, etc, Bishop Emory's son, Eobert 2nd, was for 
many years president of Dickinson College. With the exception 
of Bishop Emory the Emorys from the earliest times have been 
associated with the history of the Anglican and afterwards 
the Protestant Episcopal Church. John Register Emory's sec- 
ond wife was Ann Costin, to whom he was married Nov. 2, 



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1765. He died in 1790, his wife died June 4, 1802. They 
left the following children: John Emory, born Dec. 22, 1766; 
Margaret Emory, born Aug. 11, 1768; Ann Emory, born Sept. 
25, 1770; Eichard, born Feb. 4, 1773 ; Elizabeth, born May 17, 
1777; William, born 1780, and Thomas, born March 24, 1782. 
Thomas Emory, later known as General Thomas Emory, in- 
herited " Poplar Grove from his father. He married June 
13, 1805, Anna Maria Hemsley, bom March 5, 1787, daughter 
of William Hemsley of " Cloverfields,'' who served in the Con- 
tinental Congress 1782-3, was colonel of a battalion from the 
county which stamped out a Tory insurrection and later was 
active in collecting supplies for the Continental Army. His 
mother was Anna Maria Tilghman, daughter of Richard Tilgh- 
man of The Hermitage and Anna Maria Lloyd of Wye/' 

General Thomas Emory was a member of the Maryland 
House of Delegates, the State Senate and Executive Council 
of the governor under the old Constitution. He was an officer 
in the war of 1812, serving as a major in the 9th Cavalry 
District and took active part in the defence of Queenstown 
against the attack of the British. He was also first president 
of the Eastern Shore Eailroad and one of the Commissioners 
to negotiate an internal loan for the state of Maryland, visiting 
England for that purpose in 1838, 

Among other Emorys who served as officers in the war of 
1812 were John M. G. Emory^ Captain Smith's Co., 4th Mary- 
land Eegt., and John Emory, Captain in the 38th Regt. (British 
Invasion of Maryland 1812-15 by Wm. M. Marine 1913). 

General Thomas Emory and Anna Maria Hemsley had the 
following children: 

Ann, born March 24, 1806, married Dr. Wm. H. Thomas of 
Easton. 

Sarah Hemsley, bom Jan. 17, 1808, married Wm. Cooke 
Tilghman. 

Thomas Alexander, born March 9, 1809, married the daughter 
of General Winder. 



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William Hemsley, born Sept. 9, 1811, married Matilda W. 
Bache. 

Henrietta Earle, born Jan. 30, 1814, married Kev. David 
Kerr of Foxley Hall (which was originally the colonial 
estate of Charles Emory, now owned by Col. Oswald Tilgh- 
man). 

Kobert Junior, born 1815, died unmarried. 
John Kegister, 2nd, born 1818, married Alice Gray Bourke- 
Burke. 

Albert Troup, born August 9, 1821, married Sarah Winder. 
Frederick, born Sept. 9, 1829. 

Blanchard, born Nov. 22, 1831, married Mary Bourke, sister 
of Alice. 

Augusta Eorman, born October 3, 1824. 

General Wm. Hemsley Emory, a graduate of West Point, was 
commissioned a second Lieut, in the TJ. S. Army 1831, and later 
promoted to Major General in 1865. He had extensive active 
service in the Mexican and Civil Wars and was decorated for 
gallantry in the battles of San Pasqual 1846, and San Gabriel 
174T. His wife, Matilda Bache, was a great granddaughter of 
Benjamin Franklin and granddaughter of Alexander Dallas, 
Secretary of War and also of the Treasury 1814-1818. General 
Emory died Dec. 1, 1887, leaving the following children: Camp- 
bell Dallas, Thomas, George and William Hemsley 2nd, and 
daughters Sarah and Victoria, Campbell Dallas graduated from 
West Point in 1856 and as Lieut. Col. of the H. S. was deco- 
rated in front of Petersburg, Virginia. His wife was Clara 
Tilton, daughter of Col. Tilton. He died March 11, 1878. 
William Hemsley 2nd was born Dec. 17, 1846. He graduated 
from the Naval Academy in 1866 and on Nov. 5, 1906, he was 
promoted to Rear Admiral, U. S. jSTavy. Admiral Emory had a 
distinguished career and was in command of the cutter " Bear 
during the famous Greely Belief Expedition in Alaska and for 
several years was Naval Attache at the American Embassy in 
London. Admiral Emory married Blanche Willis. He died 



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July 14:5 1917, and left his widow and a son, Wm. Hemsley 3rd, 
and daughters Matilda Hemsley and Blanche Willis. 

Thomas Alexander, who married Miss Winder, died leaving a 
son. Levin Winder Emory, a daughter Marianna, who married 
Judge John M. Eobinson^^ Chief Justice of the Md. Court of 
Appeals. Judge Eobinson died leaving a son Ealph Kobinson 
of Baltimore and daughters Alice and Marianna, the latter 
married Admiral PuUam, IT. S. N". Levin Winder Emory died 
some years ago and lies buried at Waverly." 

John Register 2nd; inherited " Poplar Grove " from his 
father. General Thomas Emory. He married Alice Grey 
Bourke, a daughter of Edward Grey Bourke and Mary Bordely 
Cox. Edward Grey Bourke, born 1804, was a son of Wm. 
Young Bourke and Eliza Grey, of Delaware. Her brother 
Andrew married Miss Rogers, daughter of the famous Comman- 
der Rogers of the TJ. S. Navy. Col. John Register Emory 2nd, 
of " Poplar Grove," was commissioned a 2nd Lieut., 6th Inf., 
U. S. Army, and saw active service during the Seminole War 
in Florida (Historical Register, TJ. S. Army, 1903). He resign- 
ed from the service several years prior to the Civil War in order 
to take over the active management of the large estate left to 
him by his father. He was one of the largest land and slave 
owners of his time in Maryland, he died March 29, 1880, and 
lies buried in the family graveyard at " Poplar Grove." He 
left the following children: Edward Bourke, who inherited 
" Poplar Grove." He married Henrietta Tilghman, daughter 
of Lloyd Tilghman and died leaving his widow and sons, Lloyd 
Tilghman and Edward Bourke and a daughter Henrietta. 

John Register Emory 3rd, born in 1860, married Anna 
Gibson, daughter of Woolman Gibson, of " Woodlawn," and 
a sister of the late TJ. S. Senator Charles H. Gibson, Col. W. 
H. Gibson and Capt. S. H. Gibson, TJ. S. Marine Corps. Among 
the ancestors of Woolman Gibson were Jonathan and Woolman 
Gibson of John, officers of the 4th Eastern Shore Bn., of the 
Continental Army. John Register Emory 3rd died January 
1925 and mth his wife Anna lies buried in the cemetery at 



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Centreville. Their children are Major John Eegister Emory 
4th, U. S. Army (resigned 1921), born June 16, 1883, and 
Major Woolman Gibson Emory, U. S. Marine Corps, born July 
19, 1885. 

Anna Hemsley, married Senator Wm. Turpin of "T^ocust 
Hill," Queen Anne's County, Maryland. She died in 1885 
leaving the following children : Commander Walter S. Turpin, 
TJ. S. Navy, who died in 1915, John Eegister Emory Turpin, 
William Turpin, Alice Turpin, Amia Turpin and Isabel Turpin. 

Alice Grey married Harry Wilmer, who died leaving his 
widow and sons, Dr. Harry Bond Wilmer, Peregrin, Van Bibber 
and a daughter Phoebe. 

Blanchard, born !N"ov. 22, 1831, married Mary Bourke. He 
died leaving the following sons : Prederick, who was for many 
years director of the Consular Service of the State Department 
in Washington, Edmund, Blanchard Jr., of " Bloomfidd," 
Tilghman, and daughters Isabelle and Mary. 

Blanchard Emory, Jr., married Mary Kerr, daughter of the 
Eev. David Kerr of " Eoxley Hall," they left the following 
children: Edward B. of Blanchard, Allan and Blanchard 3rd. 

Frederick, mentioned above, was the Emory genealogist and 
the author of the early history of the Emory family, he mar- 
ried and died leaving no children. 

Isabelle and Mary married brothers, George and Tilghman 
Davidson. 



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MARYLAND RENT ROLLS. 

[Continued from Vol. XXIII, No. 3, September, 1928.] 



Duvalls Range 

200 A: Sur: 18*^ June 1672 for Murien Duvall 
on tke East side the North bra: of Patt. Eiv^. 

Rent — 4.. — 

Poss^ Rich^ Poole in right of his wife the daugh- 
ter of Murien DuvalL 

(7. Mareen DuvalL Another tract of the same name 
appears in C at p. 48, 708 A: surveyed 16 Nov. 169 U for 
John Duvall in fforh of Patux^ River. Possr. HezeJciah 
Lincicumb; and at page 92 Duvals Range Resur, 25 Nov 
17 OS for Hezehiah Lynthycom (1627 acres) Begin at y^ End 
of y^ 8. 8S^ E^y Line of Ovenwood ThicJcett LaM out for Leon^ 
Wayman, 

Davis's Rest 

200 A: Sur ; 18^^ June 1672 for Evan Davis on 

the South side of South River. Rent — 8.. — 

Poss^ Thomas Lincicomb 

Bright Seat 

400 A; Sur: 20^^^ July 1672 for Edw<l Price on 

the South Side South River. Rent — .. 16.. — 

This Land was Escheated to his Lop for want of 

heires of ... & granted ... to James Carroll 

who now possesses it 

Gre^^s Town 

50 A: Sur: 29: June 1673 for George Green on 

the South side of South River on the South 

Side the main bra : of flat Creek. Rent — .. 2.. — 

Poss^ John Grays Widow 



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Francis's Addition 

42 A: Sur; 11*^ Octob^ 1673 for Tho: Francis 
near IS'etlef olds Bra : by the Land of Shaw's. 

iBent — 1.. 8 

Poss"" John Gresham Jnn^ 

Wynyates Eest 

40 A: Sur: 11^^ Octob^ 1673 for Thomas Wyn- 
yate on the Main Branch of Eoad Eiver. Eent — . 1.. 8 
Poss'^ Zach: Maccubin in right of his wife the 
daughter of Mch: Nicholson 

Law's ChaQce 

46 A: Sur: l^t Nov: 1673 for WiU«^ Laws on a 

bra : of Eoad Eiver. Eent — 1.. 9% 

Poss^ Zach : Cadle. 

Sparrows Addition 

100 A: Sur: 2^ Feb: 1673 for Tho: Sparrow on 

Eoad Eiver Eent — 4.. — 

Poss^ Tho : Sparrow the son 

Hedge Parke 

94 A: Sur: l^t Ap^" 1674 for Tho: Hedge in 

Harwoods Creek in Eoad Eiver at abo^ tree of 

Margretts Feilds Eent — .. 3.. 9^4 

Poss^ Hez : Lincicomb 

Triangle 

100 A: first sur^ the 3^ ApriU 1663 for Eobert 

Loyd who sold the same to John Gray & he sold 

it to Andrew Eoberts who the 2^ Aprill 1674 

Ees^ it, it lyes on the South Side Eoad Eiver 

at a bounded Oak of Norman Dams, the Eesue 

is Eent — 4.. — 

Andrew Eoberts Son John sold this Land to 

Thomas Tench & he to Edw^ Carter who now 

Possesses it 



MABYI^AND BENT EOXLS. 



375 



0. (p 22) The Triangle (SO a) 8ur 2 May 1672 for Tho 
Taylor an attorney of Jerom White Esqr. at a hound Oak of 
the land of ye said Taylor. Poss'^ Coll. Tho Taylor; and 
0 p. 85 ''Triangle {100 acres) Sur 20 July 1669 for Tho 
Taylor on y^ N. Side of Ann Arundel Man^. Poss^ Solomon 
Sparrow/' 

Kowdown Security 

477 A: 24:^^ Sep: 1674 for Tho: Taylor Esq^ 

on the East side the North Bra: of Pattuxent 

Kiver. Eent — 19.. 1 

Poss^ John Taylor of London 

Waterford 

800 A: Sur: 19: Sep: 1675 for Jones on 

on the North bra: of Patt: Kiver at abo^ tree 

of Coll Taylors Eent 1.. 12.. — 

Posfi^ John Cheyney 

Slatbom 

380 A: Sur: 15 Sep: 1675 for Kobert Proctor 
this Land is within the Lines of Abington & 
the Patt : therefore surrendred & vacated 

Lincicombs Stop 

50 A: Sur: 19^^ Aug* 1676 for Tho: Linci- 

comb on the South Side South Kiver at a 

Marked tree of Margrets Eeild. Kent — 2.. * — 

Poss'^ Hez : Lincicomb 

The Plain 

120 A: Sur: 28th Xber 1676 for Geo: Yates 

on the South Side South Kiver at a Corner 

Tree of Plumton. Kent — .. 4.. 9% 

Poss^ George Parker in right of his Children 

which he has by the daughter & heir of Gab: 

Parrott. 



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Rachael's Hope 

72 A: Sur: 8*^ July 1678 for Tho: Mattox on 
the South bra: of flat Creek in South Eiver. 

Eent — 2.. 10% 

Poss^ Tho : Mattox (he is run away) 
0. Thos Maddox. Poss^ Tho Madock. 

Madocks Adventure 

148 A: Sur: 8*^ July 1678 for Tho: Madocks 

on the South side of South Eiver at abo*^ Oak of 

Kopers Eange. Eent — 5.. 11^4 

Poss^ Tho : Ward as Tenant und^ Madock. 

Diligent Search 

75 Acres Sur: l»t Aug* 1678 for Eichard- 

son on the bra: of Eoad Eiver at abo^ Poplar 

of the Land of Ferdin: Battee. ' Eent — 3.. — 

Poss^ James Lewis 

Hesters Habitation 

118 A: Sur: 12*^^ March 1678 for Hester Beard 
on the South Side South Eiver at abo^ Oak on 
the West side of Burges's Branch. Eent 
This land is afiGirnied to me to be within the 
lines of Beard^s Habitation. 

Lincicomb's Lett 

70 A: Sur : 15*^^ Jan^^ 1678 for Tho : Lincicomb 

on the north side of 3 Isl^ Bay at the head of a 

great Pond Eent — 2.. 10 

Poss^ Hez: Lincicomb 

Wades Encrease 

75 A: Sur: 6*^ Aug* 1678 for Eob: Wade on 

the South Side Eiver at abo^ White Oak of 

Johns Cabin branch. Eent — 3., — 

Poss^ Wid^ Davis for Eob : Hoppers Orp^» 



MABTXAKD BEIT? BCHXS. 



Gadwell 

Is a Eesurvey of 3 Severall tracts of Land 

(adjoyning to one another) into one, together 

w*^ the Addition of Surplus & Vacant Land by 

George Parker & assigned Parker his son 

made the 9*^ Sep. 1678 the 3 tracts are Lavall 

entred in page 33, 100 A: Net land in pa: 36: 

200 A: & Addit^ in pa: 42: 190 A. & 315 A: 

added as Surplus or Vacant Land in all 805 A. 

at the Rent of 1.* 12.. 2^^ 

Poss^ Eichard Snowdon 

Jacobus Point 

21 A: Sur: 10 Nov: 1676 for James Smith at 
a bound tree of the Land of James Towning on 
the South Side of South Eiver. Eent — — 6% 

Poss'^ Thomas Symson 
C. Thomas Simpson. 

Eoper Gray 

480 A: Sur: 4: Aug^ 1681 for Eoper & 
John Gray at a bo^ Oak on the Nor: Bra: on 
Patt. Eiver. Eent — .. 19.. 2^^ 

Posses 380 A: Eoper 
100 A: Edw^ Pen 

480 ■ : 

Coap's HiU 

40 A: Sur: 4^1^ Aug* 1681 for George Coap at 

aho^ White Oak of Davis's Eest Bmt — .. — .. 9% 

Poss^ Eobert Welch 

Green's Beginning 

70 A: Sur: 4*^ Sept. 1682 for John Green on 

the So : side So : Eiver in the f ark of Netlef old 

Creek. E. — 10 

Poss^ John Green 



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Ayno 

400 A: Sur: 3 Sep: 1682 for Henry Hanslap 
on the East Side of the North bra: of Pattux* 

Eiver. 

Poss^ Tho: Gassaway in right of his wife the 
daughter of the Hanslap. 

Equality 

140 A : Sur : 30*^ June 1684 for James Saund- 
ers at a bo^ Oak by Johns Cabbin bra: Eent — 5.. 7% 
Poss^ James Saunders. 

Phelp's Choyce 
200 A: Sur: 12*^; Octob 1682 for Walter 
Phelps on the West Side of the North Bra: of 
Puttuxent Kiver. Kent — .. 8.. — 

Poss'^ Walter Phelps 

(To he Continued.) 



EXTKACTS FROM ACCOUNT AND LETTER BOOKS OF 
DR. CHARLES CARROLL, OF ANNAPOLIS. 

[Continued from Vol. XXIII, p. 253.] 



Know all men By These Presents that I Charles Carroll of 
the Citty of Annapolis Surgeon do Hereby oblige myself my 
Heirs Ex*'^® adm'® to Convey or Cause to be Conveyed unto 
Joseph Maccubbin or His Heirs or assigns one Tract of Land 
Called Lewis's Addition Con^^S Three Hundred and Twenty 
five Acres of Land Purchased By me of Thomas Worthing- 
ton on- the North Side of Severn Eiver in Ann Arundle County 
at any Time within the Term of five Years from the Date 
Hereof. He the said Joseph Paying me the Sum of five Hun- 
dred Pounds Current money with the LawfuU Interest accord- 
ing to His Bond of Equal Date with These Presents as allso 
to Permitt him the said Joseph to Live on the said Land and 
Occupy Same not Committing waste for and Dureing the said 



ACCOUNT AND LETTEE BOOKS OF I^. CHABLES CAEEOIX. 379 

Term in Consideration of the said Sum of One Hundred 
Pounds Current Money and Yearly Interest. Witness my 
Hand and Seal July 22^ 1750. Copy— 



Greenwicli April 2^ 1750 

Sir 

Herewith you'll receive an Assortment for 150 Tons Barr 
Iron which if made in proportion to the Quantity given, of 
each size, will I Believe in general answer for this Market, tho 
as the American Iron is confin'd to this Port only & not to be 
sent more than ten miles from it either by Water or Land 
there is no judging for a Certainty without experience. 

In this Assortment the Barrs need not be made to any par- 
ticular Length, but great Care must be taken to make the Iron 
quite sound & to draw the Flatts of an exact Breadth & Thick- 
ness from End to End & to Close the Ends so as not to appear 
Eagged; The same Care must likewise be taken to draw the 
Squares very true and Even and of an Exact Size from End 
to End and not small in one part, and Gouty in another as all 
that has hitherto come for America has been which is a great 
detriment to the Sale of it — 

I have likewise put down a Memorand"^ for 50 Tons Thick 
or Lyre Iron, there are a great many more sizes, but these are 
the most runing, and to give them a great many Sizes at first, 
will in my opinion be only puzzling of them ; In making this 
Iron they must be extreamly exact both as to Breadth, Thick- 
ness & the Length of the Bars or will not answer the purpose 
It must likewise be quite sound & drawn Exactly true & They 
,had better never attempt the makeing it, unless they Eesolve 
to make it in every Kespect agreeable to the direction given — 

I am for Ambrose & John Crowley Esq^ 
with Great Kespect 

Tour most Obed* & mo: H^^® 
Servant 
A : AUeyne 



880 



MiLEin.uri;> histoi^g^ MAeAzini:. 



Maryland July 30*1^ 1T50 

Sir 

In relation to the Insurance I can say no more than I have 
already said and prove'd Except this that there was certainly a 
Protest made by the master & mate & Regularly but as 
Carrington observes was lost in the office or Mislaid that it was 
made, the Master is still liveing to prove the same. 

I find I shall be shuffled out of an adequate Satisfaction for my 
Loss and as I have thrown too much good money after the mat- 
ter already it is not now worth my while to throw more. I 
find Insurers ready to take my money but very backward to do 
Justice in case of Loss tho I have often insure'd on that vessell 
it was the first Loss I claimed tho met with others do thereon 
as you wiU 
To 

W Black 
Merc* London 



j-p^ Cap* Power 



Maryland Aug^= 10*^^ 1750 

Sir 

By the Ship Prudence Lucius Power Master you will Receive 

Twenty five Tons of Pigg Iron for w^^ Inclose Bill Ladeing 
this Sort being very Good Soft Tough Pigg has allways sold 
well never under Si^ pounds five shil p Ton w^^ I hope you will 
take care to get nor sell under 

Inclosed is a Certificate in complyance with the late Act of 
Parliament to cleare the same of Duty & the Master is to make 
oath it is the same Iron all w^^ I refer to your Good manage- 
ment, 

I have of this date drawn on you payable at Sixty Days sight 
to Cap* Michael Hubbard and Oomp^ for fifty Two pounds 
Ten shil ster w*^ I desire you will pay and charge to my 
Account giveing me Credit by the nett proceeds of the Pigg 
Iron. Crawlys house has frequently bought this Pigg I 



ACCOUNT A^D liETTEE BOOKS OF DE. CHARLES CAREOLIi. 381 



make no doubt but the Character will keep up the Rate thereof 
and as you may want Iron Ware in Exch^ for your Stores you 
can the better keep up the Rate & readier Sell. 

I desire you will by the first good opportunity comeing up 
this Bay near Annapolis send me the undernoted Good's w^^ 
being in Your way hope will be good in kind & cheap w^^ 
charge to my Account. 
To 

Charles Carnan 
Merch* in London 

Two p® Buckram 
1 ps Brown Strong Sheeting Linnin 

1 Peace Lancashire Sheeting linnin of about fourteen pence 

p yard — 
Three Duroy and Trimings 
6 Ps Broad and narrow CoUourd Tape 
6 Ps 1)0 white Tape 
Two Doz'^ Thread Laces 
Six Bolts English Duck number 4 
Six Bolts Do number 3 
Six peeces Dowlas of about 22/6 p^ Peece 
6 Pecces Kersey of about 25^ p^ Peece 
12^ CouUoured Sowing Thread 
12^ Brown or Ozenbrigg Sowing Thread 
2^ Strong white Sowing Thread for Dowlas — 
6 Anchors from I Hundred weight to 2 hundred or 2^= 1^=0^ 




■ Animpolis Sep* 18*^^ 1Y50 

Sir 

I am obliged to give you this trouble by reason that 
Thomas Hyncs has frequently wrote me that now there remains 
Three years the 29*^ Instant due to him amounting to Sixty 
Pounds Ster. I have been obliged to suply him with some 
money and did Expect he would ere now have been made Easie 
by you. 



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I must now desire that you will take Speedy method to pay 
him and get his discharge so as to acquit me from his demand. 
There being a Ballance due to me for Pigg Iron & other neces- 
saries w^^ had suply'd I am willing to take the same in Pigg 
Iron at the rate you have Sold others provided I can be certain 
of having it in the Spring being under Contract to suply a 
Quantity then. 

I desire to have your answer hereto by the first good oppor- 
tunity- 
To 

M^^ Edwd Neal 
at Queens Town 



Maryland Sep'^ U^^ 1760 

Sir 

The Scarcety of Tobacco has hitherto prevented the Ship 
Elisabeth, Scougal, from Sailing hence with my Pigg Iron 
w^^ I hope shee will soon. I have another parcell on Board a 
Ship of Creagh in Putuxen of w^^ I will Bun the Bisk 
without Insureance but may come Safe in due time to your 
hands. 

As I did not hear from you by Alden have reason to believe 
Falkners Bill on Messrs Cooper & C*' in Bristol for £100 is 
paid that being remited you in December last. 

I am likewise in hopes that my other Bills remited Since 
are & will be good. And as my o cations Eequir'd have drawn 
on you the Following Bills Viz — on the 30*^ of August To 
Charles Lord Baltimore thirty Pounds Ster. To Nicholas 
Maccubbin fourteen Pounds Ster. And on the Sixth Instant 
To Buchanan for Twenty Two Pounds Ten Shil Ster. and 
to Cha^ Carroll Esq^ for Twelve pounds nine Shil w*^^ Bills I 
desire you will pay & charge to my Acc**. 

The Good's I VTrbte for on the Credit of Pigg Iron to be* 
shiped but being as above detained longer than reasonable out 
of Money for the same, shall willingly make you Satisfaction 



PEOOEEDIlifGS OF THE SOOIETT. 



3S3 



by allowing Common Intrest, for by no means would I have 
my Bills unpaid. 

This years Crop of Tobacco will in my opinion be short of 
the last^ w^^ with our Law and the Inclination to sell in the 
Country ; will render Loading Ships precarious. 
To 

Black Merc* 
In London 
^ Chew 
& 

De Clains 

(To ie Continued.) 



PROCEEDINGS OF THE SOCIETY. 



March 12th, 1928. — The regular meeting of the Society was 
held to-night at its rooms, with the President in the Chair. 

The following persons, previously nominated, were elected to 
Active Membership : 

Mr. James D. Garrett, Mr. J. Munroe Holland, 

Mr. Oscar G. Levy, Mr. John Pranklin Davies, 

Mr. R. H. Mc Cleave, Mr. H. Irvine Keyser, 2nd, 

Mr. Aquilla Brown Hanson, Mr. Tamor H. Steuart, 
Mr. J. P. W. McNeal, 

Mr. Leander McCormick-Goodhart; 

and to Associate Membership : 

Mrs. A. A. Davis, Mr. J. Donnell Tilghman. 

Miss Mary E. Lazenby, 

The President then introduced to the Society, Mr. J ames E. 
Hancock, who had been elected to the office of Corresponding 
Secretary. 



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The Secretary read a letter from Mrs. Mary 0. Oursler 
asking tlie Society to endorse a Bill, which has been introduced 
in the House, " Authorizing and directing the Director of the 
Census to publish names of the heads of the families as returned 
by each Pederal Census from 1800 to 1840, inclusive." 

The following death was reported from among our members : 
Mr. John Parker, on October 31st, 1927. 

The speaker of the evening, Mr. Stanley G. Remington, was 
then introduced, and he recited a number of humorous poems. 



April 9thj 19 28. — The regular meeting of the Society was 
held to-night, with the President in the Chair, 

A list of the donations made to the Library and Gallery was 
read. Mr. Dielman gave a brief account of the manuscripts 
presented by Mrs. Ridgley ; and also of the collection of manu- 
scripts presented by Mrs. M. S. Lebey, together with a silver 
cup awarded to John H. Hewitt in a short-story contest held by 
the Baltimore Saturday Visitor. 

Mr. Dielman presented the f olbwing resolution : 

" Resolved^ that a special acknowledgment be made by the 
Maryland Historical Society, to Mrs. M. S. Lebey of Savannah, 
Georgia, and Mrs. E. E. Poole of Seat Pleasants, Maryland, 
expressing its appreciation and thanks for the interesting col- 
lection of manuscripts and the silver cup awarded to John H. 
Hewitt in a short-story contest held by the Baltimore Saturday 
YidtorJ^ 

The following persons, previously nominated, were elected to 
Active Membership: 

Mr. Charles Carroll, Mrs. ISTorris C. Leonard, 

Dr. J. Ben Eobinson, Mrs, Ealph Foxhall ; 

and to Associate Membership : 

Miss Winifred Levering Holman, Mr. Orra E. Monnette. 
Mrs. Joseph R. Bodine (Eva Budd). 



PBOOBBBmGS OE* THE SOOIBTT. 



386 



The following deaths were reported from among our mem- 
bers: Miss Grace Winchester Fisher, March 25tli, 1928; Mr. 
W. McHenry Keyser, March 30th, 1928. 

The President reported that a committee had been appointed 
by the Council to take up the matter with the Governor con- 
cerning the placing of a tablet to Thomas Johnson in the Old 
Senate Chamber. This committee reported after conference 
with the Governor that the tablet would not be placed inside 
the Old Senate Chamber (the opinion of the Council being that 
this tablet, or any other tablet, should not be placed in the Old 
Senate Chamber) but in an appropriate position outside of the 
door of same. 

Dr. Marcus Benjamin, the speaker of the evening, was then 
introduced. He read a paper entitled " !N'ew York During the 
Revolution." 



May IJfth, 1928. — ^The regular meeting of the Society was 
held to-night, with the President in the Chair. The minuteg of 
the last meeting were read and approved. 

It was stated that the committee appointed to place the 
Governor Thomas Johnson Tablet in the State House had been 
successful. It was shown by the report of the committee that 
the tablet had been placed, with the cooperation of Governor 
Eitchie, in the corridor beside the entrance to the Senate 
Chamber, and that other tablets had been removed or were 
about to be removed from the Senate Chamber. President 
Harris stated that the Society owed its thanks to the committee 
and the Governor for its action in the matter. 

A manuscript on vellum, being the Indictment and Acquittal 
of Frederick Lord Baltimore, was presented to the Society by 
Lawrence C. Wroth. Mr. Wroth said that he was enabled to 
present this manuscript through the interest of Mr. Lathrop C. 
Harper of New York City, who charged him nothing for the 
manuscript when he found that it was for the Maryland His- 
torical Society. Mr. Lathrop had requested that the presenta- 
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It Tvas " Resolved, That the thanks of the Society be extended 
to Mr. Lawrence C. Wroth for the exceedingly interesting and 
valuable document^ and that the proper appreciation of the gift 
be conveyed to Mr. Lathrop C. Harper.'^ 

The following persons were elected to Active Membership : 

Miss Mary E. Brown, Mr. Sifford Pearre, 

Miss Margaret L. Hirschmaa, Mr. B. McGill Mackall, 
Mrs. Walter Wickes, Mr. August Mencken, 

Dr. Walter Wickes, Mr. Walter D. Barnes, 

Mr. Philip O.Friese; 

and to Associate Membership : 

Mrs. Edith Eoberts Eamsberg, Kev. William Weir Gilliss, 
Mr. Charles S. Shepherd. 

It was stated that the Civil War Library of the late J. 
Appleton Wilson, sometime Corresponding Secretary of this 
Society, had been presented to the Society by the widow and 
daughter of Mr. Wilson. It was said that this library contained 
probably the most complete collection of material concerning the 
Battle of Gettysburg, as Mr. Wilson was the recognized 
authority on this subject. It was 

" Resolved, That the appreciation and thanks of the Mary- 
land Historical Society be extended to Mrs. J. Appleton Wilson 
and Miss Virginia Appleton Wilson for the gift of this library." 

The following death was reported among our members : Mrs. 
Samuel (Edith Benson) Helfrich, on April 24:th, 1928. 

Mr. Thomas Foley Hisky made the following suggestion: 

" That the Maryland Historical Society resolve to obtain, when- 
ever possible, the full maiden name of a married lady, when she 
is nominated for membership in the Society. This will make 
our records more complete." 

The speaker of the evening was then introduced, Mr. Jesse 



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387 



Lee Bennettj who read a paper entitled " The OavaKer Tradi- 
tion and Heritage.'^ 



May 2 5th J 1928. — special meeting of this Society was held 
to-night. In the absence of the President, Vice-President Thorn 
presided. 

The Society had as its guest the Eastern Shore Society of 
Baltimore City. 

It was announced that the only formal business would be the 
election of members. The following persons, having been 
previously nominated, were elected to Active Membership : 

Mrs. Henry T. OoUenberg, Mr. John G. Rouse, 

Miss Catherine Valentine, Mr. George Monroe Englar ; 
Miss Adelphine Hall, Mr. William Treanor Brewer, 

Dr. Esther M. Dole, 

Mrs. Erank Grordon (Katherine Wa4^s) Emondson, 

and to Associate Membership : 

Mrs. M. V. Eeam, Mrs. E. E. (Sarah T.) Dupuy. 

Mr. Thom welcomed the members of the Eastern Shore 
Society of Baltimore City and spoke of the honor it was for the 
Maryland Historical Society to have them as its guests. He 
then introduced Mr. James U. Dennis, President of the Eastern 
Shore Society, who on behalf of his Society, spoke in apprecia- 
tion of this privilege and courtesy extended by the Maryland 
Historical Society. Mr. Dennis gave a brief history of the 
organization of the Eastern Shore Society. 

Mr. George L. Eadcliffcj Chairman of the Historical Essay 
Contest of the Eastern Shore Society, introduced the winners 
of the contest and presented to each a prize of twenty dollars 
in gold. The Eastern Shore prize was won by Mr. Bennett 
Philips, who was presented with a pair of gold cuff links, in 
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Vice-President Thorn gave a brief account of the various 
historical exhibitions in the possession of the Society and 
invited the guests to view the same. 

Music was furnished during the evening by the Eastern Shore 
Society. 



October 8th, 1928, — The regular meeting of the Society was 
held to-night, with the President in the Chair. 

It was announced that the Endowment Fund had been in- 
creased $5,000.00 by a bequest from the late Mrs. Caroline J. 
Lytle, and by a donation of $100.00 from Raphael Semmes. 

Mr. Diebnan reported for the Library Committee the pur- 
chase of several very valuable and interesting books, including 
a manuscript copy of the Constitution and By-Laws of the 
Association of Maryland Volunteers in the Mexican War; 
V^tes & Proceedings of the Council of Maryland, for 1752- 
1761, etc. It was stated that ameng the papers of the late 
Henry F, Thompson, which have been presented to the Society 
by H. Oliver ThompsoUj was found an unpublished manuscript 
of the " History of the Colonial Clergy in Maryland." 

The following deaths were reported from among our mem- 
bership : 



Dr. Martin T. Sloan, 

John E. Beatty, 

Dr. Wm. Hewson Baltzell, 

Henry S. Dulaney, 

Eugene Levering, 

Robert Crain, 

Edwin Saunders Rodgers, 



Cleveland P. Manning, 
Griffin C. Callahan, 
Bishop Luther B. Wilson, 
Prof. Harry F. Covington, 
John B. Thomas, 
Archibald H. Taylor, 
Townsend Scott. 



Dr. John E. Oliver was then introduced, and gave a most 
interesting talk on " Dr. John Crawford (1780-1820) and the 
Introduction of Vaccination in Maryland." 



INDEX TO VOLUME XXIII 



(Namea of Authors, Titles of Contributed Papers and Original Docu- 
meats in small capitals; book titles noticed or reviewed are in italics.) 



"Abbington," 267. 

"Abington," 267, 375, 

Acton, Barbary, 20. 
John, Jr., 19, 
Verlinda (Berry), 20. 

Adams, Herbert B., 12, 13. 
Howard, elected, 52. 

Addams, Henry, 344. 

" Addition," 32, 33, 272, 274, 278. 

Alden, , 382. 

Alexander, Mrs. Emnm K., elected, 
53. 

Alkock, Thomas, 344. 
Allanson, Thomas, 344. 
Allen, Ethai^. Toleration m Mary- 
land before 1650, 13. 
Allen, Thomas, 344. 

William, 344. 
AUeyne, A., 379. 
AUinghom, Capt,, 179, 182. 
AUumby, Peter, 31. 
Amorie, see Armory, also Emory. 
Amory, Family, 363. 
Amory, Giles, 364. 

Hugh, 364. 

John, 364. 

Thomas, 364, 365. 

Thomas C, 364. 
Ann Arimdel Manor, 183, 272, 273, 
375. 

Ann Arundell Co., Rent Rolls, 1675- 
1774, 63. 

Anne Arundell Co., Herring Creek 

Hundred, 182. 
** Another Batchelors Hope,'' 274. 
Anthonie, Simon, 345. 
Arbuckle, Archibald, 188. 
Ark and the Dove, 4, 194. 
Arnods, Autho., 278. 
" Arnold Gray," 271. 
Arnold, Richard, 271. 
"Arrundell Manor,'* 272. 
Ashbrook, John, 345. 

Rose ( ), 345. 

Thomas, 345. 
Assitor, William, 345. 
Atchison, Mary Eleanor, 19. 
Atchison, Samuel Berry, 19. 



Atwicks, Elizabeth, 345. 

Elizabeth ( ), 345. 

Grace, 345, 360. 

Humphrey, 346. 
Avalon, Newfoundland, 3. 
Ayliffe, William, 345. 
" Ayno," 378. 

Bache, Matilda, 370. 

Matilda W., 370. 
"Ba<?helor's Chance," 367. 
Baetjer, F. Henry, M. /)., elected, 52. 
Baker, Thomjas, 345, 349, 350, 358. 

William G., Jr., 57. 
Balding, John, 263. 
« Baldwin Addition," 184. 
Baldwin, John, 32. 
" Baldwin's Addition," 32. 
Baltimore, Cecilius Calvert, 2d lord, 

4, 6, 7, 56, 194, 365. 
Baltimore, Charles Calvert, 3^ lord, 

4, 33, 66. 

Baltimore, Charles Calvert, 5th lord, 

41, 42, 166, 180, ISli 257, 261, 

264, 367, 382. 
Baltimore, Frederick Calvert, Qth 

lord, 386. 
Baltimore, George Calvert, Ist lord, 

3, 4. 

Baltimore, Lords, See also Calvert. 
Baltimore, (ship), 182. 
Baltimore Iron Works, 163. 
Baltimobe, Saturday Visitor, 384. 
Baltimore. Two Hundredth Anni- 
versary of Founding, 55, 59;. 
Baltzell, William Hewson, Dr., 388. 
Banks, Richard, 345. 
Baptista, John, 345. 
Barber, P., 345. 
Bams, Walter D., eUcted, 386, 
« Barren Hills," 262. 
" Barren Neck," 29, 30. 
Barton, Grace, 345. 

Lucretia, 17. 

Randolph, Jr., 57. 

William, 345, 360. 
Barwell, John, 33, 36, 39, 
" Barwells Addition," 36. 

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" Barwells Choyce," 33. 

Barwells Fnlargemt/' 36. 
" Barwells Purchase," 39. 
Batcheler, Francis, 345. 
" Batchellor's Delight," 19. 
" Batchellor's Forest," 16. 
"Bfttchellor's Hope," 274. 
BAteauan, William, 266. 
Battee, Mrs. , 31. 

Ferdinand, 376. 

Ferdinando, 31, 35, 38, 39. 

Samuel, 35, 38, 39. 
Battin, Margerie ( ), 345. 

William, Capt, 158, 345. 
" Batty's Due," 38. 
Baxter, Joseph, 21. 

Richard, 270. 
Bayard Family, 61. 
Bayard, Ellen Hoimrd, 61. 
Bayabd Papebs, 61. 
Bayly, John, 268. 
Beaeham, Mrs. H. T., 70. 
Beane, Edith, 345. 

Eleanor ( ), 346. 

Walter, 345. 
Bear Run, 259. 
Beard, Hester, 376. 

Matthew, 269. 

Richard, 184, 190, 191, 269, 
270. 

« Beard's Habitation," 190, 191, 269, 
376. 

Beatty, John E., 388. 

Beaver Dam, 265. 

Beaver Dam Branch, 183. 

" Beaverdam Branch," 36. 

" Beaver Dam Neck,^' 266, 277. 

Beck, Oapt., 51. 

Beck, John, 35. 

Beckwith, George, 345. 

Beighton, Samuel, 263. 

Belaine, John, 345. 

Belcher, Thomas, 346. 

Belt, John, 271. 

Belvedere Mansion, 61. 

Benham, Margaret, 346. 

Benham, Matthew, 346. 

" Benja Fortune," 39. 

Benjamin, Marcus, Dr, New York 

durmg the Revohition, 386. 
Bennet, Thomas, 346. 
Bennbttt, Jesse Leb. The Cavalier 

Tradition and Heritage, 387. 
Benson, Edith, 386. 
Berkley, Henry J., M. D., 58, 61. 
"Berry," 16. 

Perry Family of Charles County. 
Arthiiir L. Keith, 14. 



Berry, Agnes, 20. 

Ann, 15, 16, 17, 19, 20. 
Ann (Thomas), 16, 17, 20. 
Bassil, 19. 

Benjamin, 17, 18, 20, 
Chloe, 18. 

Elizabeth, 14, 16, 17, 18, 19, 
20. 

Elizabeth ( ), 17, 19. 

Esther, 18, 

Esther ( ), 17, 18. 

George M,, 18. 
Hepburn S., 18. 
Hepekiah, 18. 
Hezekiah, 16, 18. 
Humphrey, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19. 
James, 14. 

Jemima ( ), 19. 

John, 17, 18, 19. 
Joseph, 16, 17, 18. 
Linder, 18. 
Lucy, 20. 
Lyda, 20. 
Martha, 16, 17. 
Mary, 17, 19. 
Mary Ann, 18. 
Mary (Smallwood), 16. 
Samuel, 14, 16, 16, 17, 18, 
19, 20. 

Samuel, M, D,, 16, 16, 17, 

18, 20. 
Samuel Atchison, 19. 
Sarah, 17. 

Thomas, 16, 17, 18, 19, 
Verlinda, 18, 19, 20. 
William, 14, 15, 16, 17, 19. 

"Berry's Hazzard," 17. 

" Berry's Lott," 16. 

" Bessenden," 187. 

" Bessenden & Scorton," 187. 

Besson, Thomas, 187, 188, 18&. 

"Bessonton," 188, 189, 266, 272. 

Best, Frank Eugene, 54. 

Bigges, Seth, 184. 

Biggs, Jerningham, Capt,, 40, 171, 

172, 181. 
" Bipartite," 28. 
Birtch, Robert, 346. 
Black, George, 346. 
Black, John, 346. 

Van Lear, 54, 56. 
William, 41, 42, 43, 44, 46, 
49, 51, 165, 166, 174, 178, 
181, 266, 267, 261, 264, 
380, 383. 
« Black Oak Land," 257, 262. 
Blackmore, John, 29. 
Blaekwoed, John, 346. 



XNDEX. 



391 



Blakiston, John, 346. 

" Bloomfield," 372. 

Bodine, Mrs. Joseph R. (Eva Budd), 

elected, 384. 
Bohemia Manor, Cecil Co., 367. 
Bonaparte Room, 59. 
Bonner, James, 28, 30. 
" Bonnerston," 28, 37. 
BaRDLEY, Del James, Jr. Colonial 
Homes of Annapolis purchmed hy 
St. John's College, 53. 
Bordley, Matthias, 22. 

Stephen, 48. 
Borroan, William, 346. 
Bostocke, Anne, 346. 
Bote or Bott, Richard, 346. 
Bourke, Alice Grey, 370, 371. 

Andrew, 371. 

Edward, 371. 

Edward Grey, 371. 

Miza (Grey), 371. 

Henrietta, 371. 

Lloyd Tilghman, 371. 

Mary, 370, 372. 

Mary Bordeley (Cox), 371. 

(Rogers), 371. 

William Young, 371. 
Bourke-Burke, Alice Gray, 370. 
Bowen, Jesse N., 57, 69. 
Bowles, Edward, 346. 
John, 346. 
William, 346. 
Bowlin, James, 346. 
Boyce, Hey ward E., 64, 57. 
Bradshow, George, 35&. 

George (" Scales 346. 
" Brampton," 367, 368. 
Branson^ Ann, 346. 
Brawner, William, 20. 
Brent, Alice H., 58. 
Brent, Margaret, 346. 
Brenton, William, 346. 
Brewer, John, 185, 187, 188, 266. 

William, 189. 

William Treanor, elected, 
387. 

" Brewerton," 188, 189. 
" Bridge Hill," 273. 
" Bright Seat,'' 373. 
Britton, Lionel " Lion," 346. 

William, 346. 
Brook, Isaac, 254, 255, 256, 257, 259, 

262, 263. 
Brooke, ■ , 52. 

Baker, 346. 
Brown, Ellis, 185. 
John, 27. 

Mary E., elected, 386. 
Kobert, 26. 



Browne, John, 346. 

Bbowne, Letwis Beeman. Religious 
Liberty in Early Maryland, 13. 

Browne, William, 346. 

William Hand, 6. 

Brownson. Early Toleration in 
Maryland, 14. 

" Brownton," 27, 38, 39. 
Browsley Hall," 34. 

Bruce, Howard, 58. 

Brumbaugh, Gaius Marcusi. Mary- 
land Records, Colonial, Revolu- 
tionary, County and Church, 195, 

Buchanan, George, M. D., 43, 44, 
382 

George, M.D. (1763- 
1808), 285. 

Buckerfield, , 29. 

Buckingham, E. G., elected, 53. 
Bucknell, Robert de Amory, lord, 
364. 

Buekner, John, 346. 
Bud, Katherine, 347. 
Budd, Eva, elected, 384. 
" Bueslands," 33. 
"Buistands," 33. 
Buncle, Alexander, 164. 
" Burges," 184. 
Burges, Benjamin, 269. 

Charles, 271, 273. 

Edward, 186, 267. 

John, 347. 

William, 187, 269. 

William, Col, 184. 
Burges's Branch, 376. 
"Burges's Choyce," 269, 275. 
"Burgh," 187. 
Burroughs, William, 265. 
Burrows, Kathaniel, 347. 
Burton, Joseph, 191, 269. 
Butler, Francis, 37. 

James, 34. 
Butterldge, John, 347. 

Cabell, John, 347. 

Cadge, Anne { ), 347. 

John, 347. 
Cadle, Zachary, 374. 
Caile, John, 245. 
Cain, James, 170. 
Gaine, John, 347, 359. 
Callahan, Griffin C, 388. 
Calvert, Cecil, 347. 
Calvert, Charles, Gov., 347. 
Calvert, Philip, Gov., 347. 
Calvert, Bee also Baltimore, Lords, 
Calvert Family, (Portraits), 59. 
Canetoaell, Neil, 168, 169, 
Cap#ll, Beiij«min, M, 31, 34. 



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Carey, (Kobert) & Co., 166, 179. 
Carnan, Charles, 381. 

Cftrnell, , 357. 

Christopher, 347. 
Elizabeth, 347. 
« Carolina," 263. 
Carpinder, Thomas, 347. 
Carr, Peter, 347. 

Thomas, 35, 36. 
Walter, 30. 
Carrington, Coddrington, 42, 179, 
180, 380. 

CARROiiii, Charles, Dr. of Annapolis. 
Extracts from Account and Letter 
Books, 40, 163, 253, 378. 
Carroll, Charles, 267, 274. 

Charles, elected, 384. 

James, 373. 
" Carroll's Range," 255. 
Carter, Edward, 193, 374. 
"Cat Tail Marsh," Annapolis, 168, 

254, 259. 
Catlin, Henry W., elected, 53. 
Cator, George, 58. 
Causeane, 347. 
Cawood, Anne, 14. 

Benjamin, Jr,, 17, 19. 

Berry, 18. 

Esther (Berry), 17. 
John, 17, 

Mary (—), 15, 17. 
Stephen, 14, 17. 
Cecil County Colonial Records, 20. 
Cedar Creek, 28. 
Ceeley, Thomas, Maj., 347. 
Chadworth, Gapt., 347. 
Chambers, Samuel, 35, 182, 188. 
Champ, John, 275. 
" Champ's Adventure," 275. 
Chancery Depositions, 1668-1789, 

101, 197, 293. 
Chajidler, Anne {—) , 347. 

Job, 347, 350, 357. 
Nancy, 347. 
Richard, 347, 
William, 347. 
Chants, Jacob, 168. 
Chaplin, 52. 

Charles County, Md., 155. 

Charles County Court Records, 344. 

Cheney, Charles, 269. 

Cheney's Neck, 265. 

Chirman, Elizabeth, 347. 

John, 347. 
" Chestnut Ridge," 255, 262. 
Chew, Capt., 383. 
Cheyney, Charles, 269, 270. 

Cheyney, John, 375. 



Cheyney, Richard, 188, 189, 190, 965. 

Thomas, 190. 
« Cheyney Hill," 188. 
" Cheyney Neck," 265. 
" Cheyney's Hazard," 190. 
" Cheyney's Purchase," 190. 
*' Cheyney's Resolution," 190. 
" Cheyney's Rest," 189, 190. 
Chilcot, James, 274, 277. 
*^ Chilcotts Increase," 277. 
Chilton, Capt., 165, 166. 
Chowne, Thomas, 347. 
" Cintra," 368. 

Cissel, Mrs. Georgk Hobbs, elected, 
53. 

Claiborne, Willkra^ 194. 
Clark, Daniel, 190. 

George Rogers, Gen., 18. 

John, 27, 268. 

Neal, 274. 

Robert, L*., 250, 251. 
Clarke, Jane ( — ), 347. 
John, 347. 
Mary, 347. 
Robert, 347. 
" Clarkenwell," 268. 
"Clarks Inheritance," 274. 
" Claryes Hope," 31. 
Clemence, William, 348. 

Clerkenwell," 268. 
Clifton, Stephen, 348. 
" Cloverfields," 369. 
Clunt, Jacob, 259. 
Coap, George, 377. 
" Coap's Hill," 377. 
Coatlow, George, 348. 
Cock, Edward, 277. 
Cockey, Vinton D., Capt,, elected, 52. 
Cockshoote, Jane, 348. 
Codwell, Margaret ( — ), 348. 

William, 348. 
Cole, Thomas, 348. 
Robert, 348. 
William, 183, 184. 
Coles Bottom, 169. 
Collenberg, Mrs. Henry T., elected, 
387. 

" Collerby," 186. 

Collier, John, 187. 

" Collierby," 187. 

Colonial Dames of America, 59. 

CoiiONiAi/ Rbcobds of Cmcsih County, 

Contributed hy Louis Dow Sdsco, 

20. 

CoLOKTAL Records of I>mcsmTm 
County. Contributed hy Lome 
Dow Scisco, 243. 

" ConclUffio®," 270. 



393 



Conner, Anne, 19. 

Richard, 19. 
" Conquest," 368. 
Contee, John, 20. 
Cook, Jane James, elected, B5, 
Cooke, Edward, 348. 

Michael, 348. 

Miles, 348. 
Cool Spring Branch, 17. 
Coomes, Philip, 348. 
Cooper, Joseph, 348. 
Cordin, Richard, 348. 
Coriell, Lewis, Dr., elected, 52. 
Comer, Thomas C, 57. 

Corsica," 368. 
Costin, Ann, 368. 
Cotterill, Walter, 348. 
Couant or Covant, Abraham, 343. 
" The Courant," 38. 
" Coursey on Wye," 367. 
Courts, John, 348. 
Covell, Ann, 191, 268. 

Richard, 348. 
"Covells Folly," 191. 
Coventry Parish*, Somerset Co., Md., 
63. 

Covington, Harry F., 388. 
Cox, Edward, 186, 277. 

Mary Bordely, 371. 
"Coxhy," 186, 187. 
Craford, William, 348. 
Crain, Robert, 388. 
Crakson, Thomas, 348. 
Crawly, 380. 

Creagh, James, Capt., 51, 264, 382. 

Cregae, Wiixiam Francis, and 
Johnston, Db. Christopher. In- 
dex to Chancery Depositions, 
1668-1789, 101, 197, 293. 

Cremer, Randall of Randolph, 348. 

Crouch, Ralph, 348. 

Crouchly, Thomas, 32, 36, 37. 

" CroiKhly's Choyce," 37. 

Crowe, 348. 

Crowley, Ambrose, 379. 

John, 379. 
Croxall, Richard, 163, 164. 
Crump, 253. 
Cullien, Neal, 47. 
Culver, Francis B., 62. 
Cumber, John, 28, 29, 30, 32, 33, 38. 
« Cumbers Ridge," 32. 
" Cumberston," 38. 
" Cumberston Orange," 30. 
" Cumberton," 28, 38. 
Custin, Robert, 37. 
Cuttle Creek, 31. 
Guttlers Creek, 31. 



Dallas, Alexander, 370. 

Dally or Dolty, George, 348. 

D'Amorie, see Amory, also Emory. 

D'Amory, see Amory, also Mmorj, 

Dams, Norman, 374. 

Daniell, John, 348. 

Darline, Thomas, 349. 

Darnall, Henry, OoL, 183. 

« Dart," 26. 

Davidson, George, 372. 

Isabelle (Emory), 372. 

Mary (Emory), 372. 

Tilghman, 372. 
Davies, John Franklin, elected, 383. 

Davie, , 376. 

Mrs, A. A., elected, 383. 
Evan, 373. 
Davis, Robert, 188. 
" Davis's Rest," 373, 377. 
Dawkins, Walter I., Judge, 53, 57, 
58. 

Deane, Edward, 349. 
Dearing, John, 33, 271. 
"Dearing's Gullier, aUas Hookere 

Addition," 33. 
De Clains, Capt., 383. 

Dehart, , 288. 

Delahay, Jane ( — ) , 349. 

John, 349. 
Delapp, Adam, 189, 267. 
" Delapton," 267. 
Dennis, James U., 387. 
John M., 57. 
Samuel K., 58. 
Deyngle, John, 349. 
Dickison or Dickinson, Jeremiah, 349. 

Jerome, 349. 
Dielman, Louis H,, 58, 384, 388. 
I^iggs, John, 170. 

Nicholas, 166. 
"Diligent Search," 376. 
"Discord," 16. 
Disney, William, 189. 
" Dixon Necks," 48. 
Dobson, Samuel, 349. 
Dodd, Mary, 349. 

Mary (— ), 349. 

Richard, 349. 
Dodman, John, 349. 
" Dodon," 272. 

Dole, Esther M., Dr., elected, 387. 
Dolty, see Dalty. 

Donations, 52, 59, 64, 65, 66, 384, 
386. 

Donding, Hugh, 349. 
Dorchester County, Colonial Rec- 
ords, 243. 
Dorney, Mrs. Charles P., 54. 



394 



MAEYIiAiro HISTOBTCAIi KAOAZII^rE. 



Dorrington, Nicholas, 349. 
" Dorns's Chance," 36. 
Doficoolah, Martin, 349*. 
Doiifhti^ Ann (^(^) Eatoii, IM, 
349. 

Bridget (— ), 155, 157, 

Elias, 155, 157. 

Enoch, 155, 157, 160, 161, 

162, 349, 357, 361. 
Francis, 155, 157. 
Francis, jKev., 155, 156, 

157, 158, 159, 160, 161, 

162, 349. 
]\Iary, 155, 156, 157, 161, 

361. 

Mary Vanderdonck, 357. 
Douglas, John, 349. 
Bowdell, John, 21, 22. 
Downes, Robert, 349. 
Drane, J>aines, 254. 

Thomas, 264. 
Drew, Emanuell, 26. 

Hugh, 26. 
" Duck Pond," 19. 
Dulaney, Henry S., 388. 
Dulany, Daniel, 269. 
Dunham, Dr. Francis Lee, 54. 
Dunkin, Patrick, 267. 
Dunmore, John Murray, 4th earl, 
368. 

Dunton, Mrs. William Rush (Edna 

Hogan), Jr., elected, 55. 
Dupuy, Mrs. P. R. (Sarah T), 

elected, 387. 
Durdin, John, 190, 268. 
Duvall, John, 269, 277, 373. 

Lewis, 268, 270. 

Mareen, 273, 275, 373. 

Murien, 188, 373. 

Richard M„ 54, 55, 57, 58. 

Mrs. Samuel Grafton, 55. 

Warren, 268. 
" Duvalls Addition," 273. 
Duvalls Range, 373. 

Eastern Shore Society, 387, 388. 
Eaton, Alexander, 158, 349, 
Ann ( (Stone), 158. 
Edmunds, James, 349. 
Edwards, John, 268. 
Mlimheth (ship), 178, 383. 
"Elk Thickett," 188, 192. 
Elkton Court House, Cecil Co., 20. 
Elmes or Helmes, Richard, 349'. 
Emerson, Thomas, 186. 
Emery, see Emory. 
Emondson, Mrs. Frank Gordon 
(Katherine Waters), elected^ 387. 



Emoby Family of Mabylae«). Ge- 
NEAxoorcAL NoTES. J, JK. Mtnorp, 
363. 

Emory, Albert Troup, 370. 

Alice Gray (Bourke-Burke) , 
370. 

Alice Grey, 372. 
Alice Grey (Bourke), 371. 
Allan, 372. 
Ann, 366, 367, 369. 
Ann (— ), 367. 
Ann (Costin), 368. 
Ann (Smith), 365. 
Anna, 366. 
Anna (— ), 371, 372. 
Anna Hemsley, 372. 
Anna Maria (Hemsley), 
369. 

Anne ( — ), 366. 
Arthur, 365, 366, 367. 
Augusta Forraan, 370. 
Blanchard, 370, 372. 
Blanche (Willis), 370, 371. 
Blanche Willis, 371. 
Campbell Dallas, Lt.-Col., 
370. 

Catherine ( Vanderf cot ) , 

365, 366. 
Charles, 370. 
Charles, the elder, 367. 
Charles, the younger, 367. 
Daniel Grant, 366, 
Edmund, 372. 
Edward, 366. 
Edward Bourke, 371, 372. 
Elizabeth, 367, 369. 
Frances (Thomas), 368. 
Frederick, 370, 372. 
George, 370. 
Gideon, 366, 367. 
Gideon, 2d Li., 367. 
Giles, 366. 

Henrietta Earle, 370. 

Henrietta (Tilghman), 371. 

Isabel, 366. 

Isabelle, 872. 

James, 366, 367. 

Jockline "Jacqueline" (Lit- 

tien), 366. 
John, 364, 365, 366, 387, 

369, 

John, of Brampton, 367- 

John, Bp., 368. 

John, Gapt., 369. 

John, Surveyor, 367. 

John M. G,, 369. 

John Register, 368, 370, 371. 

John Register, 2d, CoL, 371. 



IWBEX, 



395 



Emory, John Register, Major, SI 2, 
Juliana (Hawkins), 367. 
Letlia, 366. 
Itevin Winder, 371. 
Margaret, 369. 
Margaret ( — ), 367. 
Marianna, 371. 
Mary, 366, 372. 
Mary (— ), 365. 
Mary (Bourke), 370, 372. 
Mary (Kerr), 372. 
Mary (Marsh), 366, 367, 
Matilda (Bache), 370. 
Matilda Hemsley, 371. 
Matilda W. (Bache), 370. 
Richard, 366, 369. 
Richard, Capt., 367. 
Robert, 368, 370. 
Sarah, 367, 370. 
Sarah Hemsley, 369. 
Sarah (Marsh), 367. 
Sarah (Winder), 370. 
Thomas, 366, 367, 370. 
Thomas, Gen., 369, 371. 
Thomas Alexander, 369, 371. 
Thomas Lane, 366. 
Thomas Lane, Capt,, 368. 
Tilghman, 372. 
Victoria, 370. 

William, 365, 366, 367, 369. 
William Hemsley, 370, 371. 
William Hemsley, Gen,, 370. 
William Hemsley, AdtrUral, 

370 371. 

(Winder), 369, 371. 

Woolman Gibson, Major, 

372. 

"Emory's Fortune,'* 366, 

Empson, Eleanor (— ), 160, 

349, 356. 
Mary, 350. 
Mary (— 349. 
William, 159, 345, 349, 

350, 356, 362. 
Endowment Fund, 59, 388. 
Englar, George Monroe, eUcied, 387. 
"Equality," 378. 

"Essex," 31. 

Evans, Roger, 350. 

William, Capt., 350. 

Ewell, Bartrand, 258. 

Ewen, Richard, 29, 30, 33, 39. 
E'wen upon Ewenton," 33, 3^. 

" Ewen's Addition," 30, 39. 

Ewing, John, M, D., 285. 

Extracts from Account and Let- 
ter Books of Dr. Charles Car- 
roll of Annapolis, 40, 163, 253, 
378. 



Falcomer, Sarah (Emory), 367. 

Thomas, 367. 
Falkner, Ralph, 51, 52, 163, 164, 

166, 179, 258, 260, 382, 
Faro, William, 350. 
" The Favour," 37. 
Femdall, Capt., 159, 345. 

Josias, Gov., 350, 352, 355. 
Fenhagen, G. Corner, 57. 

James C, elected, 52. 
Fenwick, Cuthbert, 194. 
Ferenla or Fernley, Francis, 350. 
Fernley, see Ferenla. 
Finloe, Elizabeth, 268. 

James, 268. 
" Finnimans Enlargement," 263. 
The First Church in Charlbb 
CoUNTT. By Louis Dow Scisoo, 
155. 

Fischer, Adam, Dr., 250, 251, 252. 
Fisher, Grace Winchester, 385. 

Nicholas, 350. 
Fitzherbert, Father, 350. 
Flag House, Baltimore, 59. 
Flanigan, Edward, 170. 
Flatt Creek, 188, 190, 191, 270. 
Fletcher, Curtis, 350. 
"Fold-Land," 192. 
Ford, John, 19. 

Notley, 19. 

Thomas, 29. 
" Fordstone," 29. 
Forester, Richard, 270. 
" The Fork," 38. 
Forster, John, 278. 

Richard, 270. 
"Forsters Point," 278. . 
" Foster & Lewis," 270. 
" Foster's Point," 278. 
Fowler, Laurence Hall, 57. 
Fox, James, 350. 

John, 350. 
Foxhall, Mrs. Ralph, elected, 384. 
" Foxley Hall," 370, 372. 
Foukes, Anne ( — ) Chandler, 347, 

(— ) Chandler, 350. 

Gerrard, CoL, 347, 350, 355. 
Francis, Thomas, 374. 
" Francis's Addition," 374. 
Francis d Elizabeth (ship), 51. 
" Francis & Robert," 37. 
Francom, Henry, 350. 
Franklin, Benjamin, 370. 
" Franklins Purchase," 48. 
Franklyn, Robert, 34, 36, 269, 271, 
274. 

Franklyn's Enlargement," 274, 
Fre^^ (sfeif ), m. 



396 



MARYIiAT^D HISTORICA1L MAGAZIIS^E. 



Freeman, John, 187, l&l, 267. 
" Freemans Fancy," 191. 
" Freenaans Neck," 187. 
" Friends-choyce," 274. 
Friese, Philip C, elected, 386. 
Frick, George Arnold, 68. 
Frissell, Hannah {G\oesmgt(m},BBO, 
351. 

Thomas, 350, 351. 

Frizell, Mrs. , 192, 268. 

Frost, Jerome, 350. 

Fullam, William F., Admiral, 371. 

Marianna (Robin«on), 371. 
Fulton, Alexander, 366. 

Gal>rielis, Bartholome, 350. 
" Gadwell," 377. 
Gage, John, 350. 

Matthew, Dr,, 350. 
Gale, John, 26, 260. 
"Galloway," 30. 

G*lloway, Richard, 29, 30, 32, 33, 
37, 39, 187. 

Samuel, 26, 27, 28, 29, 
30, 32, 33, 37. 
Galloways Creek, 37. 
Gardiner, Christopher, 33, 184. 
"Gardiners Chance," 184. 
" Gardiners Folly," 33. 
Gardner, Luke, 350. 
Garey, Enoch B., Major, 53. 

« " " elected, 53. 

Gar rat, Amos, 191. 
Garrett, James D., elected, 383. 
Gartherell, Bartholomy, 350. 
Gassaway, Hester, 189, 

John, 187. 

Nicholas, 189, 266, 272, 
Thomas, 185, 187, 265, 
272, 273, 378. 
Gater, John, 267. 

William, 350. 
Gates, Jane, 267. 

Joseph, 267. 
Gather, John, 267, 268, 272, 278. 
" Gathers Range," 278. 
Gaylard, James, 350. 
Gbictbalogicax^ Notes otx the Emost 
Family of Maryland. By J, 
Emory, 363. 
Genealogies, 64. 
Gerrard, Thomas, 360, 353. 
Gest, Anne (— ), 360. 
Lewis, 351. 
Mary, 351. 
Walter, 350. 
Gey or Guy, Anne ( — ), 351. 

John, 351. 
GibbB, Charkft H., 54. 



Gibson, Anna, 371. 

Charles H., 371. 

Jonathan, 371. 

S. H., Oavt., 371. 

W. H., Col., 371. 

Woolman, 371. 
"The Gift," 37. 
Giles, John, 38. 
Gill, Benjamin, 351. 
Gillat, Grenan, 351. 
Gillett, McClure, elected, 53. 
GUligans Mill, 171. 
Gillilans, Thomas, 257. 
Gilliss, William Weir, Rev,, elected, 
386. 

Gilman, Daniel Coit, 193. 
Gist, William, 171. 
Glossington, Hannah, 351. 
Glover, Elizabeth (— ), 351. 

Giles, 358. 
"Godwell," 188, 192, 274. 
Goldsboroughj Howes, 244, 245. 
Goldsbury, Robert, 35. 
" Goldsbury's Choyce," 35. 
Goldsmith, John, 351. 

Good Endeavour," 51. 
Goodericke, George, 351. 

Robert, 351. 
Ursula, 361. 
Goodhart, Leander McCormick, 

elected, 383. 
Goodman, Edward, 351. 
Gordian, see Gourdon. 
Gordon, Robert, Capt., 181. 
Gossum, Patrick, 185. 
Gould, Clarendon I. T., 63. 
Gouldsmith, Samuel, 351. 
Gourdon, Daniel, 351. 

Mary (— ), 351. 
Gowlor, Robert, 351. 
Grace, Henry, 351. 
Granger, Richard, 351. 
Gray, Francis, 351. 

George, Dr., 249. 

John, 265, 266, 271, 274, 277, 

278, 373, 374, 377. 
Richard, 351. 
William, 190. 
" Great Bonnerston," 28. 
Green, George, 373. 

John, 377. 
Greene, John, 351. 

Leonard, 351. 
Mary (— ), 344. 
Nathaniel, 351. 
Robert, 351. 
Thomas, Got?., 344, 351. 
" Green's Beginning," 377. 



INDEX. 



397 



" Green's Town/' 373. 
Greenway, William H., 57. 
Greenwood, Armiger, 35. 
Gresham, John, 185, 189, 270, 374. 

Mrs. Thomas B., 59. 
Grey, Eliza, 371. 
Griffitch, Hugh, 351. 
Griffith,- Mrs. Mary W. Milnor, 53. 

Thomas, 351. 
Grimes, Richard, 351. 
Grind] ey, John, 351. 
Gros or Groce, Nicholas, 351. 
Gross, Roger, 28. 
Grove, Silvanus, 172. 
" The Guift," 37. 
Gunn, Nick, 274. 
Guyther, Nicholas, Copt, 351. 
Gyles, John, 38. 

"Hale," 29. 

Hagget, Humphrey, 352. 

Halferstadt,'' 263. 
Hall, Adelphine, electedt 387. 
Clayton C, 14. 
Christopher, 273. 
Henry, 277. 
J, Bannister, 54. 
William, 352. 
" Halls Inheritance," 273. 
Hammond, Edward M., 55. 

Hannah, 279. 
Hammond-Harwood House, Annapo- 
lis, 60. 
Hanburry, John, 254. 
Hancock, James E., 58, 66, 383. 
Hands, Beddingfield, 163. 
Haniford, Richard, 352. 
Hanslap, Henry, 378. 

Joseph, 271, 273. 
Hanson, Aquilla Brown, elected, 
383. 
Samuel, 16. 
" Happy Choyce," 277. 
Hardesty, Francis, 187, 191, 272, 
278. 

Hardidge or Hardich, William, 352. 

Hare, James, 352. 

Harlan, Mrs. Henry D., elected, 53. 

Harmon, Irene, 279. 

Harper, Lathrop C, 385, 386. 

Harris, Alice (— ), 352. 

George, 352, 

Isaack, 276. 

Jenkins, 256, 257, 263. 

Robert, 352. 

Samuel, 352. 

Thomas, 352. 

W. Ball, Pres., 52 f., 383 ff. 
''Harris's i&ttnge," 276. 



Harriion, Evelyn, elected, 53. 

Francis, 352. 

Joseph, 352, 

Lucy, 63, 64. 

Mary, 352. 

Matthew, 352. 

Richard, 277, 352. 

Thomas, 178. 
Hartly, Dr., 279, 280. 
Harwood, Robert, 26, 
Harwood House, Annapolis, 60. 
Harwood's Creek, 374. 

Haslemet Ridge," 266. 
^'Hasling," 186. 
Hatch, John, 352, 360. 
Hatton, John, 352. 
Hawkins, John, 28, 352. 

Juliana, 367. 
Hayles, Hercules, 352. 
Hayne, Robert Y., 13. 
Hays, James, 352. 

Patrick, 352. 
Haywood, Raphael, 158, 352. 
''Hazlemet Ridge," 266. 
Head, William, 352. 
Heard, William, 352. 
Heathcott, Nathaniel, 31, 38. 
Hedge, Thomias, 374. 
" Hedge Parke," 374. 
Heissler, Nicholas, 251. 
Helfrich, Mrs. Samuel (Edith Ben- 
son), 386. 
Hebnes, see Elmes. 
H@ml«y, Anna Maria, 369. 

William, 369. 
Henson, William, 352. 
Herman, Matthew, 352. 
Hermann, Augustine, 367. 
" The Hermitage," 369. 
"Herring,'* 27. 
Herring, Bartholomew, 27. 
Herring Creek, 27. 
Herring Creek Hundred, 182. 
Herring Creek Swamp, 33, 34, 183. 
Hesling, Jerome, 186. 
"Hesters Habitation," 376. 

Hethcoat, , 352. 

Hewitt, John H., 384. 
Hews, Mary, 352. 
"Hiccory Hills," 271. 
Hicks, Robert, 353. 
Hicoun, Daniel, 353. 
Higgins, Stephen, 170, 172. 
" High Germany," 255, 258. 
Hills, William, 160, 161, 353. 

Hills Chance," 183. 
Hinschow, WiUkan, 353. 
mpk±6, P«ter, 353. 



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MARYLAND HISTOEICAX MAGAZINE. 



Hirsclunan, Margaret L., elected, 
386. 

Hisky, Thomas Foley, 58, 386. 
Hite, Mrs. D. M., 59. 
Hobkins, Thomas, 353. 
" Hogg Harbour," 32. 
Hogward, Nieolaus, 353. 
Holland, Anthony, 28, 38. 

J. Munroe, elected, 383. 

John, 35. 
" Hollands Addition," 38. 
Holman, Miss Winifred Levering 

elected, 384. 

William, 353. 
Hooker, Thomas, 29, 34, 38, 39. 
"Hookers Addition," 33. 
"Hookers Chance," 39. 
"Hookers Purchase," 29. 
Hooper, Capt., 166. 
Hope, Clary, 35, 182. 
"Hopewell," 183, 184. 
Hopkins, Gerrard, 31. 

Hannah (HaiamoBd}, £79. 

Johns, 279. 

R. Brooke, 61. 

Rachel, 281. 

Richard, D„ 279 ff. 

Samuel, 282. 
Hopper, Robert, 190, 376. 
Horseley, Joseph, 353. 
Horton, Joseph, 353. 
Hoske, Joseph, 353. 
Howard, David Ridgely, 54. 
Howell, J., 282. 
"Howell," 186. 
Howell, Thomas, 186. 
Hows, George, 353. 
Hubbard, Michael, Capi,, 380. 
Huger, Francis K., 248. 
"Hull," 15, 16, 19. 
Hulse, Meverell, 353. 
Hundley, Robert, 353. 
Hungars Parrish, Acconmc, Va., 

157, 158. 
Hungerford, William, 353. 
Hunt & Greenleaf, 48, 166. 
Hussey, Elizabeth ( — ), 353. 

Thomas, 353. 
Hutchinson, 285. 

William, 15. 
Hutson, Robert, 358. 
Hutt, Baniel, 353. 
Hyde, John, 180, 181. 

Samuel, 40, 42, 179, 180, 181, 
261, 264. 
Hynes, Thomas, 381. 
« Hynes Bank," 258, 260. 
Ide, Matgery, 353. 



Iglehart, James D., 58, 70. 

Ikms, Hester, 269. 

Richard, 269. 
William, Jr., 272, 273. 

Index to Chanoeby DEPOSiTiosfs, 
1668-1789. By WiUiam Francis 
Cregar and Dr. ChHatoph^r 
Johnston, 101, 197, 293. . 

" Indian Range," 269, 274. 

Ingle, Richard, 194. 
William, 58. 

Ingle, William. Money: Its Na- 
ture and Function, 54, 55. 

" Ingleside," 366, 367. 

Inness, Charles, 19. 

Ireland, Elizabeth, 353. 

" Iron Hill," 257. 

" Iron Mine," 271. 

Iron Mountain, 171, 256, 257, 260, 
262. 

Isham, Roger, 353. 



Jack, Thomas, 266. 
Jacks, Thomas, 188. 
Jackson, Thomas, 353. 
Jacob, John, 190. 
Jacobs, John, 269. 
Jacobs Creek, 268, 269, 270. 
" Jacobs Point," 377. 
James, Edward, 353. 
Robert, 353. 
Thomus, 354. 
Jarbo, John, 354. 
Jarvise, Thomas, 354. 
Jaynes, Henry, 354. 
Jefifers, Mary, 354. 

William, 354. 
Jenkins, Jane, 354. 

John, Capt., 354. 
" Jenkins Harris Land," 263. 
Jiams, William, 190. 
Johns Cabin Branch, 376, 378. 
" John's Cabin Ridge," 270. 
Johnson, Daniel, 354. 

Francis, 276. 
Jacob, 354. 
James, 354. 
John Hemsley, 54. 
Johnson Monroe. The Maryland 

Ancestry of James Monroe, 193. 
Jofenson, Thomas, Gov., 250. 

Thomas, 0ov. Tablet, 385. 
Johnson (ship), 171. 
JOHNSOXH^, Christopheb, M. D. In- 
desp to Chancery Depositions, 
1668-1789. By William Frmnds 
Oregmr and Dr. ChHMopher 
Jokmton, 101, itr, m. 



INDEX. 



399 



Jolly, 51, 52. 

Jones, Elizabeth, 268. 

Joseph, 273. 

Richard, 186, 191. 

Richard, Capt,, 28, 39. 

William, 274, 275, 375. 
« Jones's Lot," 275. 
Jourdon, see Gourdon. 
Joy, Cwpt,, 17», 181. 
Judd, Ambrose, Citpt,, 17S, 174, 178, 
179, 181. 

Keith, Arthur L. Berry Fmiily 

of Charles Coimty, 14. 
Kelly, Thomas, 353. 
Kennedy, Florence J., 64. 
"Kent," 35. 
Kerby, John, 354. 
Kerr, David, Rev., 370, 372. 

Henrietta Earle (Emory), 
370. 

Mary, 372. 
Key, Francis, 23. 

Keyser, H. Irvine, 2d, elected^ 383. 

W. McHenry, 385. 

W. McHenry, eleoUd, 53. 
" Killmore," 257. 
King, Richard, 354. 
Kinsolving, Arthur B., Rev,, 63. 
Kipkis, see Hipkis. 
Kirtland, Robert, 275. 
Kir wan, Greorge W., 54. 
Kniaggs, William, 354. 
Knight, Stephen, 22, 25. 

William, 22. 
" Knocker's Hall," 35. 
Koppelman, Walter, elected^ 53. 
Kuhn, Adam, U, D,, W%, 283, 2t5, 
290. 

Laird, William Winder, 54, 
Lake, Charles, 49. 
Lamb, John, 275. 
Lambert, John, 354. 

Samuel, 354. 
Lambeth, John, 354. 
Lampert, John, 168, 16J>. 
Land, Philip, 354. 
Landen, Robert, 354. 
" The Landing," 272. 
Lane, John, 354. 

Samuel, 34, 
Langworth, Elizabeth, 354. 

James, 354. 

Mary, 354. 

Williftm, 354. 



Lantz, Emily E., 64. 
^^Lapston,'' 189. 
Larkin, John, 34, 193. 

Thomas, 193. 
" Larkins Choyce," 275. 
"Larking Hill," 193, 
''Larkinston," 185. 
Latan^, John H., 58. 
Laundry, Fnancis, 35. 
Laurence, Benjamin, 37, 39. 
"Lavall," 188. 
"Law's Chance," 374. 
Laws, William, 374. 
Lazenby, Mary E., elected^ 383. 
Lebey, Mrs. M. S., 384. 
Lee, Francis, 22. 

Oeorge, 16. 

James, 354. 

Thomas Sims, <?oi?., 249, 252. 
Legat, John, 354. 
Le Gras, Cap A, 43, 44, 50, 51. 
Lemoine, Oscar M., elected, 52. 
Lemon, John, 168. 
" Lemons Range," 263. 
Lenton, Joseph, 354, 363. 

Ursula, 354. 
Leonard, Mrs. Ncarris C, elected, 
384. 

Levering, Eugene, 388. 
Levy, Oscar G., elected, 383. 
Lewis, James, 31, 189, 376. 
John, 270. 

William, Capt, 354. 
"Lewis's Addition," 378. 
Lilly, Henry, 355. 

Lincicomb, Hezekiah, 185, 186, 276, 
373, 374, 375, 376. 
Thomas, 278, 373, 375, 
376. 

"Lincieomb's Lott," 376. 
" Lincicombs Stop," 375. 
Lindsey, Edmund, 160, 161, 355. 

James, 162, 355, 360. 

Mary (— ), 355. 
Lingam, George, 355. 
Lipkis, see Hipkis. 
List of Memb^s, 71. 
Littil^, Jockline " Jacamelise," 
366. 

"Little Buckstands," 183. 
Littlepage, Robert, 355. 
Litton, Richard, 268. 
Lloyd, Anna Maria, 369. 
Loei«, William, 365. 



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MARYLAND HISTOBICAjL MAGAZINE. 



Lockwood, Robert, 28, 29, 36, 37, 
182, 183, 184. 
Robert, Capt., 30, 32, 33, 
182, 183. 

"Lockwoods Addition," 37. 

"Lockwoods Great P«rk," 183. 

"Lockwood's Guift," 183. 

"Lockwoods Lott," 36. 

"Lockwoods Luck," 183. 

"Lockwoods Park," 182. 

" Lockwood's Range," 37. 

"Lockwood's Security,'' 182. 

"Locust Hill," Queen Anne's Co., 
372. 

Lodge, Greorge, 355. 
Lomax, Thomas, 344, 355, 
London Town, 187. 
Long, Robert, 355. 
Love, John, 355. 

Robert, 265. 
"Love's Keck," 265. 
Love joy, Ann, 16. 

Joseph, 16. 
Loyd, Robert, 265, 374. 
Lucas, William F., Jr., 55. 
Lugar, John, 355. 
Lumbroso, Jacob, 355. 

John, 355. 
Lynthycom, Hezekiiah, 373. 
Lytle, Mrs. Caroline J., 388. 

McCleave, R. H., elected, 383. 
McClellan, William J., 58. 
MaccoBOUgh, Denis, 265. 
Maeeubbin, Joseph, 378. 

Nicholas, 167, 382. 

(Nicholson), 31. 

Zachariah, 31, 34, 374. 
Mace, Clovi«, 355. 
Mackall, R. McGill, elected, 386. 
Macklefish, Diavid, 187. 
McNeal, J. P. W., elected, 383. 

Maesparran, Dr, , 288. 

Maddox, Jaanes, 15. 

Thomas, 376. 
Madock, Thomas, 376. 
" Madocks Adventure," 376. 
Magruder, Dr, James M., 55. 
"Maidens Choice," 171, 257, 262. 
Man, Thomas, 355. 
Manley, Capt., 50. 
Mannijig, Cleveland P., 388. 

Robert, 355. 
Mansfield, John, 355. 

Walter, 185. 
Mardin, Anne, 355. 
Margarts, Daniel, 275. 

Edward, 275. 



" Margretts Fields," 374, 375. 
Marine, Harriet P., 58. 
Maris, Thomas, 355. 
Markeat, Anthony, 355. 
Marlow, Hanson, 20. 
John, 20. 

Lyda (Berry), 20. 
William, 20. 
Marsh, Margaret, 367. 

Mary, 366, 367. 
Sarah, 367. 
Thomas, 366, 367. 
Mariltagay, Benjamin, 355. 

Bennet, 355. 
MARSHAL!. Family, 346. 
Marshall, William, 355, 361. 
Martin, John, 356. 
Mary arte, Daniel, 274. 

Edward, 274. 
Marye, William B., 58. 
"Maryes Mount," 27, 31. 
The Maryland Anobbtby op 
James Monboe. Bj/ Monroe J ohn- 
son, 193. 

A MaBYI^ND MEDICAIi SrCDEa^T AXD 

HIS Friknds, 279. 
MABYLAim Records, Colonial, 

Revolutionary, Countt and 

Church . . . fty Gains Marcus 

Brumbaugh, 195. 
Maryland Rent Roixs, 26, 182, 

265, 373. 

Maryland, Three Hundredth Anni- 
versary, 59. 
" Marys Mount," 31, 33. 
Mason and Dia>on line, 367. 
Master, Lei^, 247, 248, 249. 
Mathews, Edward B., 58. 

Thomas, 356. 
Ma tta woman Creek, 359. 
Mattawoman River, 15. 
Mattox, Thomas, 376. 
Maynadier, T. Murray, 58. 
Meade, William, Bp,, 162. 
Meares, Thomas, 356. 
Medcalf, John, 36. 
Mees, Henry, 356. 
Mencken, August, elected, 386. 
Menins, James, 355. 
Meridith, Reece, 165, 167. 
Metcalf, John, 32, 184. 
Metealph, John, 184. 
Micheldager, Elizabeth, 356. 

John, 356. 
" Midle Plantation," 268. 
Miles, Thomas, 27, 31, 39. 
"Mill-Haven," 34. 



1 

I 



401 



Miller, George, 187. 
Milner, Thomas, 356. 
Mitchell, Joan, 158, 159. 

JofiJi (— ), 356. 
Thomas, 356. 
Moldy Pone," 256, 257, 2Q^. 
Monet, Monnet, Monnett Family 

Genealogy, 196. 
Monnette, Orra E., elected, 384. 

Orra Eugene, 196. 
Monroe, Andrew, Major, 193, 194. 
Elizabeth ( — ), 194. 
James, 193, 194, 195. 
Moore, Emily Elizabeth, elected, 53. 
Henry, 356. 
Matthew, Jr., 16. 
Mordeoai, Dr., 186, 187, 191, 
266. 

More, Henry, Father, 4. 

Sir Thomas, 4. 
Morely, Joseph, 277. 
" Morely's Grove," 277. 
" Morely's Lott," 277. 
Morley, Joseph, 277. 
Morris, Eleanor ( — ) Empson, 349, 
350, 356. 

Joane, 356. 
John, 158, 349, 356. 

Richard, 356. 
Moseby, John, 27. 
"Mt. Paradise," 16. 
Mountague, Stephen, 356. 
"Mountain of Else," 47. 
"Mountain of Wales," 171, 256. 
" Mountain of Walls," 47, 255. 
" Mountains of Wales," 47. 
Muddy Branch, 188. 
Muddy Creek, 29, 34, 270, 277. 
Munns, John, 356. 

Murr»ay, John Donaldson, M. Z)., 61. 

Murry, Mrs. , 38. 

Music Collection, 61. 

Nanfan, 356. 

Nanjemoy Creek, 346, 351, 355, 357, 

360, 362, 363. 
National Society of Colonial Dames 
of America^ Maryland Branch, 59. 
Xeal, Edward, 258, 259, 260, 382. 
Neale, James, 356. 
John, 356. 
Thomas, 356. 
see also O'Neal. 
Necrology, 53, 54, 55, 384, 385, 386, 
388. 

Neminem, Johannem, 356. 
Netlefold, George, 192, 268. 
Netlefold Creek, 377. 



Netlefolds Branch, 374. 
" Netle-Land," 192. 
Nevill, Joane ( — ), 356. 

John, 356. 

William, 356. 
Newman, George, 356. 
Newton, John, 356. 
Nicholas, Edward, 356. 
Nicholson, John, 269, 271. 

Nicholas, 31, 34, 374. 
William, 267, 
Nicolson, John, 269. 
Noble, Herbert, elected, 53. 
Norman, John, 34, 357. 
"Normane Datnms or Mill-Haven," 
34. 

Norris, Isaac T., 68. 
John, 32, 34. 

"Northwest River," 27. 

Northwest Territory, Ordinance of 

1787, 8, 9, 11, 12, 13. 
Norton, John, 357. 
" The Notch," 262. 
"Nutwell," 16. 

" Oath of Fidelity," 63. 

" Obligation," 272, 273. 

O'Brien, Anne, 357. 

Matthew, 357. 

O'Bryon, James, 368. ^ 

O'Callaghan, Edmund B., 157. 

O'Connor, Mrs. Julia, 364. . 

Odell, Thomas, Capt., 185,189. 

Okes, Edward, 357. 

Old St. Paul's Church, Baltimore, 
Records, 63. 

Oliver, Johk R., M, D. Dr, Johr\ 
Crawford and the Introduction of 
Vaccination in Maryland, 388. 

O'Neal, Hugh, 161, 354, 357, 361. 

Mary (Doughtie) Vander- 
donck, 161, 357, 361. 

Onion, Stephen, 166. 

Orum, Thomas, 276. 

Osburn, Jerom, 18. 

Osgood, Joseph, Cap A, 173. 

Oursler, Mrs. Mary C, 384. 

" Ovenwood Thickett," 373. # 

Oversee, Simon, 345, 347, 357. 

Owens, Hamilton, elected, 53. 

Backer, Edward, 357. 

Elizabeth, 357. 
Page, William C, 57. 
Palmer, Samuel, 357. 
Parish, Edward, 31, 35, 37. 
" Parishes Choyce," 35. 
" Parishes Delay," 35. 



402 



MAEYLAND HISTOEICAI. KAGAZINE, 



" Parishes Park," 31. 

Park Hall," 171. 
Parker, 352. 

George, 192, 274, 276, 875, 
377. 

Joane ( — ) 357. 

John, 384. 

Samuel, 345, 357. 

William, 377. 
Parkes, Edward, 357. 
Parnell, Henry, 357. 
Parrish, Edward, 33. 
Parrot, Gabriel, 192, 274, 276, 375. 
Parsons, Thomas, 28, 31, 32. 

Parsons Hill or The Peak," 31. 
Pascataway Kiver, 360. 
Pasquehange Creek, 362, 357. 
Pate, Henry, 357. 
" The Peak," 31. 
Peakes, Walter, 357. 
Peale^ Henry, 357. 
Pearce, Daniel, 21. 

Margaret, 357. 

Richard, 357. 
Pearre, Sifford, elected, 386. 
Peere, Henry, 357. 
Peirpoint, Henry, 276. 
" Peir points Branch," 276. 
Pell, William, 276. 
Pen, Edward, 377. 
Pennington, Dr. Clapham, 59, 61, 

William, 18&, 276, 
Pennington's Ponds, 276, 
Peopu: of Eaklt Chamlbs Cotthtt, 
Contributed hy Lom9 Dew 8oi§co, 
344. 

Perdu, John, 187. 
Perkins, Elisha H., 57. 

Robert, 357, 

William, 171, 172. 
Phelps, Walter, 188, 191, 274, 378, 

William, 266. 
" Phelp's Choyce," 378. 
Pkllips, Bennett, 387, 

Nicholas, 357. 
Phillpott, John, 165, 166, 171, 172, 
179. 

(John) & Lee, 44, 48, 50, 
51, 254. 
Philpot, Bridget, 357. 

Edmund, 357. 

Edward, 357. 

John, 41, 42, 44, 45. 
Pickawaxen, 355, 356. 
Pierpoints Branch, 276. 
Pike, Humphrey, 357. 
Piles, John, 357. 
Pindal, EleBor, 190. 



Pindall, Elinor, 190. 
" The Pines," 255. 
Pinnner, Richard, 357. 
Pinson, Edmund, 357. 
Piper, John, 357. 

Pisoatawy Parish, Prime© Georfe'c 
Co., 1&. 

Piscataway Parish Records, 18. 
" The Plain," 375. 

Pleasants, J. Hall, M. D,, 54, 57, 58. 
"Plumpton," 192. 

Plumton," 192, 375. 
Plumtted, Clemet, 165. 

Poole, (Duvall), 275, 373. 

Mrs. E. R., 384. 
Richard, 275, 373. 
P^pe, Francis, 358. 

Margaret ), 358. 
Nathaniel, 358. 
"Poplar Grove," Queen Anne's Co., 

367, 368, 369, 37L 
" Poplar Hill," 269. 
" Poplar Knowles," 27. 
'^Poplar Neck," 184. 

Poplar Ridge," 266. 
"Porkhall," 19. 
Portobacco Creek, 357, 360. 
Posey, Francis, 358. 
Potter, William, 358. 
Powell, J«anes, 266. 

John, 266, 
« Powells Inheritance," 266. 
Power, Lucius, Capt,, 380. 
Powter Creek, 349, 354, 
Prather, Thomas, 47, 52, 256, 257, 

261, 262, 
Pratt, Thomas, 32, 35, 36, 182, 
" Pratt's Choyce," 36. 
" Pratts Neck," 35. 
" Pratts Security," 182. 
Prescoate, Edward, 358. 
Preston, Richard, 14. 
Price, Edward, 373. 
John, 166. 
John, Coly 358. 
Mordecai, 32, 38. 
William, 358. 
Prior, Catherine (Vanderfoot) 
Emory, 366. 
Edmund, 366. 
Thomas, 358. 
Pritchard, David, 358. 

PBOCEagaXTNGS OF THE SOCIETY: — 

December 12, 1927 52 

January 9, 1928 53 

February 13, 1928 55 

February 13, 1928 (Amuial 

Meeting) 56 



403 



March 12, 1928 383 

April 9, 1928 384 

May 14, 1928 385 

May 25, 1928 387 

October 8, 1928 388 



Proctor, Robert, 267, 272, 375. 
" Proprietary's Gift," 38. 
" Proprietaryes Guift,*' 38. 
Protestant Revolution in Maryland, 
13. 

Prudence (ship), 380. 

Pucket, George, 358. 

Puddington, George, 184, 180, 192, 

267, 268. 
"Puddington," 186. 
" Puddington Harbour," 184, 267. 
" Puddingtonns Addition," 192. 
" Puddington's Enlargement," 192. 

Puddington's First," 184. 
Puquasent, 354, 357. 
Pyther, William, 185. 
" Pytherton," 185. 

Queen Anne's Parish, Prince 

George's Co., Md., 63. 
Queenatown, Kent Co., 366. 

"Rachaers Hope," 376. 
Radcliflfe, George L., 54, 57, 387. 
Ramsberg, Mrs, Edith Reiberts, 

elected, 386. 
Randall, Capt., 45, 182. 

Daniel R., 58. 
" Range," 32, 184. 
Rawlins, Aaron, 273, 275. 

Nicholas, 358. 
Ream, Mrs. M. V., elected, 387. 
Redwood, Mrs. Francis T., 59, 61. 
Reese, Frederick F., Bp., elected, 53. 
Register, David, 367. 

John Emory, 367. 

Margaret { — ) Emory, 
367. 

Remington, Stanley G., 384. 
Report of the Council, 59, 60. 
Reports of CoMMiTiraB: — 

Addresses, 68. 

Athenaeum, 69. 

Gallery, 70. 

Genealogy and Heraldry, 62, 63, 

64, 65, 66. 
Library, 60, 61, 62. 
Membership, 70. 
Treasurer, 66, 67, 68. 
Rerek, Simon, 358. 
Reynolds, George, 358. 

William, 264. 
Rich, RichArd, 358. 



"Rich Neck," 268, 270. 
Richardson, Daniel, 271, 274. 

Hester Dorsey, 54, 55, 
64. 

Joseph, 271, 274. 
Mark, 271. 

William, 30, 32, 37, 38, 
376. 

Richmond, Edmund, 358. 
Rickets, Thomas, 271, 274. 
Ridgley, Mrs. John, 384. 
Ridgly, William, 268. 
Rifby, James, 27. 

Nathan, 27. 
Eiggs, Clinton L., 54, 57, 

Lawrason, G^ru., 57, 59. 
Risner, Michael, 168. 
Ritchie, Albert C, Gov., 385. 
Rivers, Christopher, 358. 

Isabella (—), 358. 
Road River, 26, 27, 28, 265, ^66, 

269, 270, 272, 374, 376. 
Roberts, Andrew, 270, 374. 
George, 358. 
Henry, 276. 
John, 265, 277, 374. 
Robertson, Thomas, 252. 
Robey, Berry, 17. 

Lucretia (Barton), 17. 
RoMnB, Elizabeth ( — ), 358. 

Robert, 358. 
Robinson, Alice, 371. 

Ann ( — ), 358. 
J. Ben, M, D., elected, 
384. 

John M., Judge, 371. 
Marianna, 371. 
Ralph, 371. 
Thomas, 358. 
Robisson, Susanna ( — ), 358. 

William, 355, 358. 
Roby, Jacob, 18. 
Sarah, 15. 
Sarah (Berry), 17. 
Rodgers, Edwin Saunders, 388. 
Rogers, John, Comr,, 371. 
Roper, John, 358. 

William, 276, 277, 273, 377. 
Roper Gray," 377. 
"Ropers Range," 276, 376. 
Rosiar, John, 358. 
Ross, John, 261. 

Rothery, Mrs. , 275. 

Rouse, John G., elected, 387. 
Row, Mary {— ), 358, 359. 

Richard, 358, 359. 
"Rowdown," 275. 
" Rowdown Security," 375. 



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MARYLAND HISTORICAL MAGAZINE. 



Rowles, Christopher, 27. 
Rowse, Abraham, 359. 
Rush, Benjamin, M. D., 285. 
Bussell, Christopher, Capt,, 359. 
Russell, Jsunes, 256. 
Rutland, Thomas, 186. 

St. Beriuard's Creek, 356, 368. 
St. Clemeats Manor, Charle« Co., 
350. 

St. John's College, Annapolis, 63, 
60. 

St. John's Parish, Caroline Co., Md., 
63. 

St John's Parish, Prince George's 
Co., Md., 19, 63. 

St. Margaret's, Westminster, Regis- 
ter Book of Marriages, Girieten- 
ings and Burials, 24. 

St. Michaers Parish, Talbot Co., 
Md., 63. 

" Saint Paul," 367. 

St. Paul's Church, Baltimore, Rec- 
ords, 63. 

St. Paul's Parish, Queen Anne's 

Co., Md., 63. 
St. Peter's Parish, Talbot Co., Md., 

63. 

" St. Thomas's Neck," 32. 
« Sander's," 189. 
Sanders, James, 191. 

Matthew, 359. 
Sanford, John L., 58. 
Baturday Visitor, Baltimore, 384. 
Saughier, Greorge, 276. 
Saunders, James, 185, 191, 270, 274, 
378. 

James, Gapt., 269. 
Robert, 189, 269. 

Scales, George, 35». 

Scisco, Louis Daw. Colonial Rec- 
ords of Cecil County, 20. 

Soisco, Louis Bow. Colonial Rec- 
ords of Dorchester County, 243. 

Soisco, Louis Dow. The First 
Church in Charles County, 155. 

Scisco, Lewis Dow. People of 
Early Charles County, 844. 

" Scorton," 187. 

Scott, Townsend, 388. 

Scougall, Alexander, 178, 180, 382. 

Seaborn, Thomas, 271. 

Sears, Dr. Thomas Edward, 54, 57, 
62, 63. 

Searson, Edward, 186. 

"The Security," 266. 

Sedgeley, Capt., 260. 

Selby, Edward, 185, 269. 



Selby, Matthew, 28. 

Nat, 34. 

Thomas, 269. 
" Selby's Enlargem't," 34. 
" Selby's Marsh," 185. 
Selman, John, 275. 
Selly, Matthew, 31, 34, 
" Selly's Enlargement," 34. 
Selman, John, 191. 
Semmes, John E., 59. 

Raphael, 58, 59, 61, 388. 
Sennit, Gerrit, 359. 
Seth, Joseph B., 53. 
Sewell, Henry, 359. 
" Sharp Point," 270. 
Shaw, , 374. 

John, 28, 270. 

Timothy, 192, 268. 
Shaw's Creek, 265. 
" Shaws Folly," 270. 
Shelby, Evan, 47, 261. 

Reese, 169, 171, 261, 262. 
Shelton, Thomas, 359. 
Shepherd, Charles S., elected, 386. 
Sherley, Robert, 359. 
Shippen, William, M. D,, 286. 
Shircliif, Johji, 359. 
" Shire Gallon," 169. 
Short, George, 158, 161, 162, 359. 
Sill, Mrs. Howard, elected, 56. 
Simmons, Thomas, 359. 
Simons, George, 359. 
Simpson, Alexander, 359, 361. 

Thomas, 359, 377. 
Sims, Richard, 359. 
Skilling, Dr. William Quail, elected, 
53. 

Skipworth, George, 32. 
Skirven, Percy G., 58. 
Slack, Eugene, 55. 
" Slatborn," 375. 
Slemp, C. Bascom, 18. 
Sloan, Martin F., M, D., 388. 
Slye, Robert, 359. 
Small, John, 359. 
Sm^llwood Family, 15. 
Smallwood, James, Vol., 20. 

John, 19. 

Letitia, 16. 

Martha (Berry), 16, 17. 
Mary, 16. 
Samuel, 16, 17. 
Thomas, 16, 17. 
William, 18, 19. 
Smallwoods Plains," 16. 
Smith, Alexander, 359. 

Ann, 365. 
Smith, Henry, 359. 



INDEX. 



405 



Smith, James, 377. 

Richardi 359. 
Robert, 365. 
Samuel, 359. 
William, 359. 
Smoote, Gra<;e, 359. 

Thomas, 345, 359. 
William, 359, 360. 
Snaggs, William, 360. 
Snowden, John, 281. 

Mary, 279. 

Rachel (Hopkins), 281. 

Richard, 172, 269, 271, 
277, 377. 
Solin, Herman, 360. 
Sellers, John, 360. 
South River, 271, 272, 274, 275. 
South River Hundred, 184, 276. 
" Spaniards Neck," 368. 
Sparrow, Solomon, 272, 375. 

Thomas, 27, 374. 
" Sparrows Addition," 374. 

Sparrows Rest," 27. 
Speake, Thomas, 360. 
Speedwell (ship), 51. 
Spencer, (7ap*., 264. 

Spicer, Elizabeth ( ), 360. 

Hannibal, 360. 
Spigler, Mark, 259. 
Spriggs, Richard, 246. 
Stamford, Anne, 360. 
Stansbury, Thomas, 48. 
Starkey, Lawrence, 360. 
Steele, John Murray, ilf. /)., 54. 
Stepney Parish, Somerset Co., Md., 
63. 

Steuart, Tamor H., elected, 383. 
Stevenson, John, Dr., 171. 
Stewart, Robert, 189. 
Stiles, Mrs. William Lee, elected, 53. 
Stine, I. Frederick, elected, 53. 
Stockbridge, Henry, Judge, 59. 

Mrs. Henry, 59, 61. 
Stocket, Francis, 272, 360. 
Henry, 273. 
Thomas, 273. 
Stockets Run, 272, 273, 276. 
Stokes, Dr., 289. 
Stone, Ann, 158. 

Matthew, 360. 
Richard, 360. 
Thomas, 360. 
William, 158. 
William, Gov,, 360. 
Stone Mountain Memorial Comwh- 

«ion, 60. 
Story, Robert, 360. 
Stratton, Lucie, 360. 

Mary, 360. 



Stuber, Henry, /)**., 287, 290, 291, 
292. 

Stut, William, 360. 
" Suffolk,*' 39. 

Swann, or Swane, Edward, 360. 
Swann, Sherlock, elected, 63. 
Symson, Thomas, 377. 

Talbot, Edward, 27, 30, 183. 

John, 30. 

Richard, 30, 38. 
« Talbots Anglis," 183. 
"Talbots Ridge," 30. 
"Talbots Timber Neck," 30. 
Talbott, John, 27. 

Tarline, Mary ( ) , 360. 

Richard, 360. 
Tasker, Benjamin, 52, 163, 261, 264. 
Taylor, Archibald, 388. 

John, 272, 275, 360, 375. 

Michael, 51. 

Robert, 360. 

Thomas, 29, 31, 35, 272, 275, 

278, 375. 
Thomas, OoL, 375. 
" Taylors Addition," 278. 
" Taylors Chance," 29, 278. 
" Taylors Choyce," 273. 
" Taylors Land," 29. 
'^Tearcoat Thickett," 183. 
Tench, Thomas, 27, 374. 
Theobalds, Clement, 161, 360. 

Elizabeth, 360. 
Thom, DeCotjrcy W. Three Founda- 
tional Services of Maryland to the 
America/n^ System of Government, 
1, 55. 

Thom, DeCourcy W., 54, 65, 57, 58, 
387, 388. 

ThoBdas, Dr. , 250. 

Ann, 17. 

Ann ( ) , 368. 

Ann (Emory), 369. 
David, 360. 
Daniel, 17. 
Elizabeth, 17. 
Frances, 368. 
Francis, 360. 
Hugh, 360. 
John B., 388. 
Mary (Snowden), 279. 
Nothey, 52. 
Philip, 165. 
Samuel, 30, 279. 
Tristram, 368. 
William, 360. 
William H., M. D., 369. 
Thompson, George, 344, 360. 

H. Oliver, 61, 388. 



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Thompson, Henry F., 388. 

P, Lea, elected, 53. 
Thorington, Francis, 361. 
Three Foundational Services of 
Maryland to the American 
System of Govebnmknt. i>e- 
Gourcy W, Thom, 1, 55. 
Tilghman, Anna Maria, 369. 

Anna Maria (Lloyd), 
369. 

Henrietta, 371. 

J. Donnell, elected, 383. 

Lloyd, 371. 

Oswald, Col, 370. 

Richard, 369. 

Samuel, Capt., 361. 

Sarah Hemsley (Ikiiory), 

369. 
Sldell, 65. 

William Cooke, 360. 
Tilley, Charles, 26^. 
Tilly, Charlee, 188. 
Tilton, Vol., 370. 

Clara, 370. 
" Timber Neck," 269. 
Toleration Act, 13. 
Tom's Run, 171. 
Tome, Peter E., 58. 
Tomkinson, Giles, 160, 361. 

John, 361. 
Tomson, William, 361. 
Townhill, Edmund, 189. 
Townhill, Edward, 186. 
" Townhill," 189. 
" Townhill Choyce," 185. 
Towning, James, 377. 
" Trent," 277. 
Trcssler, Michael, 251. 
** Triangle," 35, 272, 374, 375. 
" Triangle Neck," 265. 
Troope, Robert, 361. 
True, Anne, 361. 

Richard, 361. 
Tunnelle, Mary P., 53. 
Turgis, — 361. 
THrner, Arthur, 361. 

Edward, 361. 

James, 361. 

John, 192. 

Thomas, 361. 
Turpin, Alice, 372. 

Anna, 372. 

Anna Hemsley (Emory), 372. 
■ Isabel, 372. 

John Register Emory, 372. 
Walter S., Com,, 372. 
William, 372. 
Twifer, Anae, t61. 



Tydings, John, 266. 

Richard, 266. 
Tyler, Charles, 194. 

Edmund, 361. 

John, 194. 
Tyson, A. Morris, 58. 

Uggins, Richard, 266, 269. 
"Uggins Advantage," 266. 
Uncles, Uncle, 167, 169, 258, 259. 
Unpublished Letters, 247. 
Utie, Nathaniel, 361. 

Valentine, Catherine, elected, 387. 
Vmnderdonck, Adrian, 156. 

Mary (Doughtie), 156, 
157, 161, 361. 
Vanderfort, Catherine, 365, 366. 

Michel Paul, 366. 
Veitxjh, James, 361. 
'•Velmeade," 271. 
Veetry Proceedings: — 

— Coventry Parish, Somerset Co., 
Md., 63. 

— Queen Anne's Parish, Prince 

George's Co., Md., 63. 
— St. John's Parish, Caroline Co., 

Md., 63. 

— St. John's Parish, Prince 

George's Co., Md., 63. 
— St. Michael's Parish, Talbot 

Co., Md., 63. 
— St. PauPs Parish, Queen Anne's 

Co., Md., 63. 
— St. Peter's Parish, Talbot Co., 

Md., 63. 

— Stepney Parish, Somerset Co., 
Md., 63. 
Vieck, George, 361. 
Villaine, John, 361. 
Vineeiit, John M., 58, 

Wade, Mary, 361. 

Robert, 268, 376. 

Zachary, 345, 357, 361. 

Zarah, 361. 
"Wades Encreasc," 376. 
Waggoner, Hans, 256, 262. 
Wahope, Archibald, 361. 

Wmicer, , 159. 

Edward, 362. 

Elizabeth ( ), 361, 362. 

George, 192, 268. 
James, 361. 
Walton, John, 352, 362. 
Ward, Andrew, 362. 
John, 362. 
Bobert, 185, 186. 



INDEX. 



407 



Ward, Thomas, 376. 
" Wardrop Ridge," 267. 
Warfield, Anna (Emory), 366. 
Emory, 366. 
Henry M., 366. 
S. Bavies, 366. 
Warman, Hegter (Gassaway), 189. 

Stephen, 188, 189^ 366. 
Warren, Willmm, 362. 
Warring, Humphrey, 362. 

Mary, 362. 
" Wiarrington," 366, 367. 
Washington, John, 162, 362. 
Wasman, R., 362. 
Wastill, George, 187. 
" Waterford," 375. 
Waterman, Nicholas, 29, 183. 
Waters, Francis, E., 58. 
John, 38. 
Katharine, 387. 
N. B., 279. 
Thomas, 362. 
" Waters Adventure," 38. 
"Wiaterton," 29. 

Watkins, John, 28, 31, 39, 186, 191. 

" Watkins Hope," 32. 

" Watkin's Inheritance," 39. 

" Watkins Purchase," 28. 

Watson, Andrew, 362. 

Richard, 362. 
Watts, John, 188. 
" Waverly," 371. 
Wayman, Leonard, 373. 
Web, John, 362. 
Webb, Samuel, 48, 166, 170. 
Webster, Daniel, 13. 

Isaac, 165, 166. 
Weekes, Elizabeth, 362. 
Weiley, John, 36. 
Welch, John, 272. 

Robert, 377. 

Sylvester, 272. 
Welles, Swithin, 21. 
Welk, Richard, 34. 

Thomas, 362. 
Welsh, Mrs. Mary, 172. 
Wennam, William, 362. 
Wentworth, Thomas, 362. 
Wertenbaker, Thomas J., 195. 

West Puddington," 186, 190, 277. 
West River, 27, 28. 
West River Hundred, 1707, 26. 
Weyman, Leonard, 192, 277. 

Wharton, Margaret ( ), 362. 

Thomas, 362. 
Whedbee, James S., ele€t%d, 62. 
Wheeler, James, 362. 

Jokn, ieg, 362. 



Wheeler, Mary ( ), 362. 

White, Alexander, 362. 
James, 33. 

Jerome, 36, 267, 271, 272, 

376. 
Thomas, 362. 
W. R. Dr., elected, 53. 
William, 362. 
« Whites Folly," 33. 
" White's Hall," 267. 
** Whites Plaines," 272. 
Wickes, Walter, Dr. eUeted, 386. 

Mrs. Walter, elmted, 386. 
*Wigg, Richard, 31. 
Wild, Daniel, 362. 

Wilkinson, , 362. 

Willan, Elizabeth ( ), 363. 

Richard, 363. 
Willeokes, 363. 
Willett, Elizabeth, 17. 

WillMBas, , 50. 

0. H., Col, 248. 
Anne, 363. 
Baru<5h, 23. 

Benjamin, 190, 191, 192. 
Edward, 21, 363. 
John, 363. 
Joseph, 271, 276. 
Richard, 271. 
Thomas, 363. 
Willis, Blanche, 370, 371. 
Wilmer, Alice Grey (Emory), 372. 
Harry Bond, Jf. />., 372. 
Harry Wilmer, 372. 
Peregrin, 372. 
Phoebe, 372. 
Van Bibber, 372. 
Wilmort, Thomas, 363. 
Wilson, J. Appleton, 60, 386. 

Mrs. J. Appleton, 386. 
Luther B., Bp., 388. 
Robert, 277, 363. 
Virginia Appleton, 386. 
Woodrow, 6. 
"WSlftOti's Grove," 277. 
Winder, Edward Lloyd, elected, 62. 
Sarah, 370. 
W. H. Gen., 360. 
Wine, Francis, 363. 
Winter, Thomas, 276. 

Witehell, Mrs. , 186. 

Wood, John, 363. 
Woodberrie, Hugh, 363. 
Wooden, John, 31. 
" Woodridge," 366. 
Woodward, William, 49. 
Woolman, Richard, 26. 
Wm^mm'u Cre^, 266. 



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Worthington, Thoimas, 378. 
Wowld, John, 363. 
"Wrighton," 185. 
Wrinsingue, Christian, 363. 
Wroth, Lawrence, C, 386, 386. 
" Wye," 369. 
" Wye Neck," 368. 
Wynne, Anne ( — — ), 14. 

John, M, /)., 14. 
Wynyate, Thomas, 374. 
" Wynyates Rest," 374. 
Wyvill, William, 22. 



Yate, George, 275, 277. 
Yates, George, 375. 
Yeats, Joshua, 47, 164. 
Yonng, Capt., 163. 

Benjamin, 23. 

Jacob, 251. 

Theodorus, 36. 

William, 368. 
Youngblood, Peter, 167, 168, 169, 

2g4, 255, 259. 
" Youi^ Besflon," 189.